Doux d’Henry

It grows in the vineyard that Nadia, Luca’s wife, entrusted to his care. At about 646 m a.s.l., those panoramic terraces were bought by the great- grandfather, with earnings from about ten years of hard work in the mines. Today it houses the indigenous grape variety, typical of this part of Piedmont.

appearance: very unsaturated ruby red, tending towards rosé. aroma: captivating, strawberry glaze and slight vinous hints. taste: Fresh and delicate, with pleasant vinous aromas, captivating flavor. matchIng: Graceful as an aperitif, it can be matched with a fish stew.