Luca Roagna marches to the beat of his own drum, describing his approach as 'Postmodern.' What does this translate to for you and I? Sustainable vineyard practices, taking the risk of picking late, long macerations, fermentation in open wood vats, aging in large barrel, and holding his wines in bottle for two years longer than the average producer.Let's not forget, that while the subzones of Barolo suffered in the heat of 2011, the towns of Barbaresco thrived. In fact, it's widely accepted that 2011 is one of the top Barbaresco vintages of the last decade.Luca Roagna is undoubtedly the next visionary producer in Piedmont, and it's only so long before the word gets.
Floral & feminine style with tart, crunchy red berry fruits, perfumed aromas of wild flowers, dried herbs, mineral & licorice spice.
Floral & feminine style with tart, crunchy red berry fruits, perfumed aromas of wild flowers, dried herbs, mineral & licorice spice.9.3