Roero, in the south of Piedmont, is geologically much younger than the Langhe and has a particular microclima due to the presence of river Tanaro, with a soil that mainly composed by sandy layers.
For years underestimated in favour of better known areas, Roero could produce excellent wine.
The soil with little clay and silt and is very loose: a quality that usually lead to rich and refined bouquets.
That was the thought of Matteo Correggia when it started growing a variety of different wines.Nebbiolo and Barberagrapes are used to produce La Val dei Preti and Barbera Marun; but also Brachetto and Arneis grapes.
Correggia wines age in the large rooms right under a hill, in contact with the fossil rich marlstones, that give them the necessary dampness and quietness.
Eyes: This medium-bodied Anthos Brachetto fills your glass with the deep red color of passion.
Nose: This light-bodied and low-alcohol wine is highly aromatic. It will tantalize your senses with the sensuous perfume of black raspberry and black cherry with slight ..
Correggia Marun is a Barbera d'Alba vinified in purity with Barbera grapes from Roero area. The mainly sandy soil (66% sand, 30% silt, 4% clay) enrich the already intense bouquet of this wine; harvested manually at the end of September, the Barbera grapes macerate on the skins for 6-8 days before an..
Matteo Correggia Sauvignon blanc is an excepcional example of vinification in purity from the Langhe area: grown in a sandy soil (70% sand, 25% silt, 5% clay) with a very low crop density that allow only 3000 bottles per year.
Sauvignon blanc grapes are harvested at the beginning of September and..
Roero Riserva Roche D'Ampsej is a wonderful 100% nebbiolo grapes from Roero Area; having a bottle of this wine in your private cellar is a real privilege, because of its low production (around 6,000 bottles per year). Harvested manually from the end of September to mid october (depending on the seas..