The Langhe Nebbiolo Sbardajà is very important to the Ghisolfi family because it never fails to impress with its class and typicality. Incidentally, the name Sbardajà comes from the Piedmontese dialect and means something like: scattered or scattered. This name was chosen because the grapes for the production of Nebbiolos come from different vineyards spread over the Langhe and Roeros production areas.
After the grapes were picked by hand in mid-October, the maceration is carried out in temperature-controlled tanks, which was started by spontaneous fermentation of native yeasts. This is followed by aging in used barriques and a short storage period in the bottle. Then the Long Nebbiolo Sbardajà is ready to drink and during the next seven years.
This Nebbiolo has a floral and rich bouquet with recurring notes of cherry and plum. On the palate it is dense, velvety and warm, supported by fine tannins, which remain pleasantly longer. We recommend hot appetizers, first courses with meat sauces, poultry and lamb.
The winery operates organic viticulture.