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Na Vota Ruche Di Castagnole [500ml], Piedmont, Italy

 

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‘Na Vota is elegant red in color. Aromas of violet, hay, and vanilla appear on the nose and follow through to the palate. It is complex and well-structured with a long aromatic finish.

Ruche’ will pair well with hearty dishes such as braised lamb, game, mushroom risottoand also spicy dishes.

Grape Variety Ruché
Year 2015
Alcohol (ABV) 13.5%
Region Piedmont
Country Italy
Notes This is a smaller 500ml bottle size

Na Vota Ruche Di Castagnole [500ml], Piedmont, Italy

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In Piedmontese dialect, and for our family, the expression “ ‘Na vota” has a double meaning: the first is the beginning of many tales such as “c’era una volta” (once upon a time); the second can be interpreted as signifying a challenge. These two words were uttered back in 1990 when the brothers Cavallero, released this wine, for the first time ever, to the market. The release was the beginning of a new trend; until then, the grape Ruché had been produced only as dessert wine. The wine vinified that year was of excellent quality and stood alongside, and most deservedly, Piedmont’s classic wines. Today, it is produced by blending Ruché from four vineyards with different characteristics, with the objective of giving the consumer a wine with a consistent aromatic and flavor personality.

‘Na Vota is elegant red in color. Aromas of violet, hay, and vanilla appear on the nose and follow through to the palate. It is complex and well-structured with a long aromatic finish. Ruche’ will pair well with hearty dishes such as braised lamb, game, mushroom risottoand also spicy dishes.

In Piedmontese dialect, the expression “ ‘Na vota” has a double meaning: it is the beginning of many fairy tales such as “c’era una volta” (once upon a time); and also it can be interpreted as a challenge.

 

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