Tasting notes: The nose is highly complex, sweet and spicy, noticeable acacia honey, fruity melon scents and golden apple and pineapple with a green ending of broom and a light hint of mineral. On the palate, it is savory and harmonic, spicy with sweet tobacco. Persistent aftertaste.
About the winery: Bruno Rocca is a family-owned wine estate in Barbaresco. In 1958, Francesco Rocca decided to move the family from the center of Barbaresco to the zone of Rabaja, where high-quality grapes are renowned. Today, Bruno Rocca's children Luisa and Francesco work alongside him in the family business.