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Area: 2 hectares
Grape variety: Nascetta (autochthonous white grape from Novello)
Density: 4,000 vines per hectare
Cultivation: vertical trellised, Guyot pruning
Average altitude: 350 m above sea level
Harvest period: end of September
Bottles produced: 10,000 / 12,000
Wine making: in stainless steel – temperature controlled
Aging: 6 months in stainless steel – 30% in 15 HL Slavonian oak barrels for ca. 3 months
Lysis: 180 days
Bottle aging: 3 months
Langhe Nascetta del Comune di Novello DOC “Anas-Cëtta”
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Straw-yellow in color with golden highlights. The nose is fine and elegant with just the right intensity. It exudes complex, lingering scents of wild flowers and herbs, citrus and a hint of flint notes. The bouquet suggests acacia honey, grapefruit, sage and rosemary.
Serving suggestion: its pleasant, fresh and balanced structure makes it ideal as an accompaniment to vegetable dishes, white meats, raw fish, oysters and creamy cheeses.
Serving temperature: 10-12°C.
Anas-Cëtta is an autochthonous historical variety specifically from Novello commune. Since the first limited production run in 1994, working with tenacity and love for the land of the Langhe, Elvio Cogno winery has used the memories of old-timers in Novello to produce a wine for the youngsters of the third millennium. Mentioned in winemaking documents as early as the second half of the 19th century, this white wine of Mediterranean origin has a sapidity reminiscent of the great hot-clime varietals such as Vermentino (from which, according to some ampelographical studies, it might derive).