Eyes: The purity of Superiore Lindin will entrance you with its ruby red color.
Nose: This Colli Tortonesi DOC wine will enable you to enjoy a bouquet of pleasant aromas made of violet flowers and red fruits mixed with the sharp notes of sweet spices and sensual cocoa.
Mouth: The velvety tannins of this Nebbiolo wine evolve as time progresses and it gifts you with a gracefully harmonious combination of spices, fruits, and cocoa on your palate.
This revivifying Superiore Colli Tortonesi DOC wine has been generated by Vigne Marina Coppi cellar of Piedmont region. The purity of Nebbiolo grapes can be savored through Lindin Rosso. The carefully selected fruits are collected manually, at the time of optimum maturity, in the crates of 18 to 20 kg and these undergo gentle pressing after de-stemming. The must gets fermented in stainless steel tanks within a temperature controlled environment. The maceration is conducted for a period of 20 days with manual pumping over and gentle punching. After initial decantation and racking, the macerated liquor witnesses malolactic fermentation in French tonneaux for a few days. The fermented wine then receives maturation in French oak barrels for 18 months and attains further clarification, in the bottles, for a period of at least six months before being introduced.
The Superiore wine Colli Tortonesi Rosso DOC of Vigne Marina Coppi cellar is an affirmation to the purity of Nebbiolo grapes. The fruits are collected from the vineyard called Vedra that is located in the Castellania area of the Piedmont region, at an altitude of 400 meters. The grapes derive its unique features from the calcareous-clay soil that is rich in Sant'Agata marl and are harvested manually at the time of most-appropriate maturation.
The smoothness of this wine is experienced best at an ideal temperature of 18 degree Celsius when served in large crystal glasses with dishes of red and white meats, stuffed pasta, mushrooms, other traditional Piedmont cuisine, and seasoned cheeses.
Alcohol Percentage: 14% alcohol/volume