Giacomo Sperone founded the family winery in 1911 in a small town in Piedmont, Italy. Now, under the guidance of the third generation, Tenute Neirano has grown to 25 hectares of estate vineyards in the village of Mombaruzzo where the barriques and bottles age in underground cellars.
Tenute Neirano Barolo has a red color, with yellowish orange hints due to the ageing process. Dry, velvety and austere, with a bouquet of faded rose and of violet.
Enjoy with red meat, game, and pungent cheeses. Serve at 20° taking care to uncork the bottle several hours before pouring.