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Nebbiolo DOC Podio Langhe, Red Wine

Tenuta Carretta
Product ID: 400134
  • Italy Italy
  • Piemont Piemont
  • Podio, Piedmont Podio, Piedmont
  • Red Red
  • 14.0% 14.0%
  • 0.75 L 0.75 L
  • Nebbiolo, Barbera Nebbiolo, Barbera
  • 16-18°C 16-18°C

Taste characteristics

  • Light Full bodied
  • Smooth Tannic
  • Dry Sweet
  • Soft Acidic

Other classifications

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
  • Vegan Vegan
  • 100% Organic 100% Organic

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Podio Podium Serrae"LANGHE NEBBIOLO DOC"

The Podio vineyard first appears in 1467, when the Count Damiano granted his land to his stewards for cultivation. He required that half of the grapes were to be property of the castle, but all of the grapes from Podio were reserved for the count (“salvo et riservato vites Podii Serrae”).

This wine is elegant and balanced, with soft tannins.

85% Nebbiolo and 15% Barbera 

Minimum of 6 months in wood and 4 months in the bottle.

Intense ruby red.

Dry flowers, fruit, vanilla, spices.

Store Features

Tenuta Carretta

Set in a charming environment, Tenuta Carretta is one of the most historic and recanted Italian wine estate, where…past, present and future are combined in a rich and fascinating way.

The Tenuta Carretta vineyards take part of the...

Type of Grape

The pride of Piedmont, Nebbiolo is the backbone of the best Barolo and Barbaresco wines. The berries are black, medium-sized, round-elliptic, thin but with a tough, dark purple skin and a waxy appearance. Nebbiolo wines are often distinctively perfumed with an aroma described as "tar and roses", along with a moderate body, strong, tannic backbone and high, fresh acidity.


Best-known for its starring role in Piedmont's Barbera d'Alba and Barbera d'Asti wines, Barbera is a northern Italian grape producing fresh, light-bodied red wines with low tannins. When young, most Barbera wines have a bright-red cherry character, distinguished from Nebbiolo by softer tannins and a certain roundness. When matured in barrel and allowed to age in bottle for a few years, this turns to a denser, sour-cherry note.

The region
Langhe - Piemont

Langhe is the hilly subregion east from Tanaro River and south of Alba, in the Province of Cuneo, Piedmont. The name "Langhe" is the plural form “langa”, a local word describing a a long downhill. A Langhe DOC wine can be red, white or rose, from the mixture or individual tipe of grapes. It can be quiet, frizzante, novello (a youthful style) or passito (made from dried grapes).

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