Rocco 2016 from Stefanago has a golden colour.
On the nose it is deep and strong with a strong tertiary character.
The main notes are toasty and rubbery and these prevail on the nose and on the mouth too.
Castello di Stefanago
The Castello di Stefanago winery is a little gem in Oltrepò Pavese. They have been producing wines for generations and since years ago they have chosen to go organic. Not only that, here there is a great attention to the preservation of biodiversity. The vineyards are arranged in small plots, spread throughout 135 hectares of meadows, forests, orchards, and arable farmland. To add to the uniqueness of this winery, the cellars are set in a dramatic XI century castle. At Catello di Stefanago they produce natural wine, where the human intervention in the production are reduced to the minimum. While they bottle reds, whites as well sparkling wines, I am personally love their sparkling wine selection.Link to here...
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Oltrepò Pavese is located in the north of Italy, close to Milan. It is renowned for its long tradition of wine production, which started during the Roman Empire. This region is bordered by Emilia-Romagna and Piedmont and its vineyards are located mainly on the foothills, where they produce high-quality wines. Oltrepò Pavese has been considered the most traditional wine area of this region for centuries.Link to here...
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White grape variety
Riesling is a white grape variety native to the Rhine Valley. Riesling is a flowery, almost perfumed grape variety with high acidity and flowery, almost perfumed aromas. It’s used to make white wines that are dry, semi-sweet, sweet, and sparkling. Riesling wines are almost never oaked and are normally varietally pure. Riesling was the world’s 20th most planted variety in 2004, with 48,700 hectares, but it is typically included in the “top three” white wine varieties, alongside Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc, in terms of value for quality wines. Riesling is a terroir-expressive variety, which means that the character of Riesling wines is strongly influenced by the wine’s roots.Link to here... | Derived from 'Riesling' on Wikipedia