The Freisa is one of the oldest native grapes of Piedmont and, in my opinion, one of the best.
This Freisa is rich, with so much of minerality, that immediately strikes the nose and then leaves out the character of the fruit smelling of strawberry and raspberry, black cherry and red orange, and the intensity of a dried rose and rosemary. A strong spicy touch, with ferrous and china, enrich this shining olfactory profile.
The taste is very young, with an exemplary acidity. Meeting everyone, I mean everyone, the companions of the olfactory parade, to the last, with the minerality that, on the palate, has connotations of gunpowder.
There is everything: complexity, tannins, compulsive drinking - long and persistent - with final references of licorice.
No doubt one of the best interpretations of Freisa grape, maybe the best.