Morando Piedmont Wines

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  • Dolcetto d'Ovada DOCG

    Characteristic red wine obtained from the vinification of the vine with the same name which grows in Alto Monferrato, geographically located in the hills to the south of Alessandria. Colour: ruby red. Aroma: characteristic with clear fruity nuances. Taste: crisp, velvety, fruity and almondy.
    Vine
    Dolcetto
    Vinification
    Soft crushing a stemming, maceration is carried out for around seven days; following devatting and initial racking, malolactic fermentation takes place.
    Ageing
    Steel vats
    Pairing
    Ideal with traditional Italian starters, grilled meats, game and cheeses. Excellent with traditional stuffed pasta such as ravioli, cappelletti, etc.

  • Monferrato Dolcetto

    Widely grown in the provinces of Asti (on the Monferrato hills) and Alessandria (in the surroundings of Acqui and Ovada, Tortona), the Dolcetto produced in these areas of Monferrato is a wine with an intense colour (ruby red with violet hues) and a strong aroma, with hints of cherry and steeped red fruits, sometimes with a light almondy twist; it is characterised by low acidity and a pleasant slightly bitter finish; it is best drunk young.
    Vine
    Dolcetto
    Vinification
    Soft crushing a stemming, maceration is carried out for around seven days; following devatting and initial racking, malolactic fermentation takes place.
    Ageing
    In steel then 2/3 months in the bottle
    Pairing
    It is a classic table wine with preference on pasta starters and red meats.

  • Piemonte Barbera DOC

    The best known and most widespread red table wine from the Piedmont region. This is a DOC (Controlled Denomination of Origin) wine; production is permitted in the provinces of Alessandria, Asti and Cuneo. Colour: rich ruby red when young with a tendency to become garnet red with ageing; aroma: grapey and fresh; flavour: crisp, savoury, slightly tannic.
    Vine
    Barbera
    Vinification
    Vinification in steel, with control of the fermentation temperature, devatting after around 8 days, racking and malolactic fermentation is inducted and completed with maintenance of the temperature.
    Ageing
    Steel vats
    Pairing
    As far as gastronomy is concerned, it is ideal with particularly savoury and tasty red meats as its excellent structure complements them without being dominant.

  • Piemonte Grignolino DOC

    This Piedmont wine has a particularly outstanding character, its slightly tannic flavour makes it is unmistakeable, as it comes from the characteristics of the small berries that are not too juicy. Colour: pale ruby with tinges of garnet red; aroma: grapey and fruity; flavour: decisive, rounded, lingering. Recommended serving at cellar temperature
    Vine
    Grignolino
    Vinification
    Soft crushing of the grapes with consequent stemming and fermentation in temperature-controlled vats. Maceration in 3 days with devatting of the still sweet product which concludes fermentation without the skins to enhance the fruitiness.
    Ageing
    Steel vats
    Pairing
    Appetisers, starters, white meats and different fish dishes.

  • Piemonte Cortese DOC

    Young, ready to drink wine, it maintains the pleasantness of the grape that it is made from and is an excellent simple yet elegant wine. Colour: pale straw-yellow. Fragrance and aroma: delicate, dry, crisp. Flavour: balanced, well-rounded, fresh and fragrant. Recommended serving temperature is 8°-10° C.
    Vine
    Cortese
    Vinification
    Crushing and pressing of the grapes. Removal of the must from the lees and fermentation at a controlled temperature.
    Ageing
    Steel vats
    Pairing
    Good all-round table wine during the summer, while in autumn and winter it is recommended with fish or snacks.