Poderi Colla Barolo Dardi le Rose Bussia 2005

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Poderi Colla:
In 1993, Tino Colla and his niece Federica decided to combine forces, creating a new wine venture in the glorious tradition of the Alba and Langhe territory. The Collas’ loyalty to the roots of classic Piedmontese viniculture sprang from a family heritage going back through many generations; the individual, respectfully innovative drive was all their own. Tino and Federica thus founded Poderi C... Read more
In 1993, Tino Colla and his niece Federica decided to combine forces, creating a new wine venture in the glorious tradition of the Alba and Langhe territory. The Collas’ loyalty to the roots of classic Piedmontese viniculture sprang from a family heritage going back through many generations; the individual, respectfully innovative drive was all their own. Tino and Federica thus founded Poderi Colla. This is made up of three distinct properties: Cascine Drago in Alba, heart of the Langhe appellation; Tenuta Roncaglia, which takes its name from the historic Barbaresco cru; and Tenuta Dardi Le Rose, forming part of the renowned Barolo Bussia cru in Monforte. Three outstanding locations for three great categories: a near-complete spectrum of Alba winemaking. Beppe Colla, Federica’s father and Tino’s brother, supplies a fundamental contribution with his constant support and collaboration. He brings with him the unique, impassioned oenological experience of fifty years at the highest levels of Alba’s star reds. Production - around 150,000 bottles yearly - is entirely estate-bottled, in order to ensure direct quality control of each phase of the winemaking process from vineyard to bottle. Read less
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