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2017 La Lus Albarossa, Banfi, Piedmont

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The La Lus Albarossa from Banfi has a beautiful deep ruby red colour in the glass.  The nose is complex with fragrant rose petals, red berries and cherries mingled with hints of oak. The velvety palate is full-bodied and harmonious, with soft tannins leading to a, fruit led finish.


Albarossa is a crossing of Nebbiolo and Barbera created in 1938 by Professor Dalmasso.  Only a handful of wineries in Piedmont produce wines from this intriguing variety, with Banfi being one of the most accomplished.


 

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