First vintage: 2002
It is one of the indigenous whites of the Roero, a sibling of the Ligurian Vermentino, the favorite has a very light color with greenish highlights.
Not very structured, this wine is ideal for aperitifs or summer drinking; on the nose it releases fruity notes while on the palate there is a bitter note on the finish, typical of this variety.
|Castellinaldo d'Alba - Roero
|Sandy (70% sand, 25%lin, 5% clay)
|Exposure / Altitude
|east and west / 280 m
|Breeding / Pruning
|counter-espalier / Guyot
|5,000 vines per hectare
|Yield per hectare
|Manual in early September
|Soft pressing; alcoholic fermentation in thermoconditioned Inox; maximum regime 17°; oxygen protection.
|6 months in stainless steel barrels with periodic batonnages, 3 months in bottle
|Bottles per year
|Crustaceans, fish dishes and white meats
Frequently Asked Questions
Curiosities and questions about Langhe Favorita and related concepts
Vineyard: Leschera (Lower Granera)
Favorita pairs well with shellfish. The following are some classics that are well compatible with this label:
Favorita is also ideal with fish first courses. The following are some examples:
Favorita also goes well with white meats. The following are some examples: