@Delectable Wine Not Langhe ,but ianghe(actually pronounced iang) which is the dialectal word for bianco.
However this is going to be another favourite of mine. Quite an unusual wine for Basilicata, more on the funky natural Australian wave style😍
It reminds me of the Riesling made by Shobbrook in Eden Valley.
It's made mainly with the local malvasia and a touch of moscato
Spontaneous fermentation obviously
No skin contact during that
Malo in stainless steel tank
The wine is generous and vibrant
It starts with the fruits such as white plums, peaches and a bit of apricot and maybe mango too.
Then moves onto the flowers and to the aromatics: yellow flowers and basil(prominent)
After that we go with spices like ginger, white pepper and a touch of smokiness plus a tingling mineral decorating every step of the sensorial experience
Palate is long too
I had always believed the local malvasia in this region could have excellent potential and this is the first great example in that direction.
Plus the story of the winery transforming a family business that has always helped people with difficulties attracts me too
I had been willing to try their wine for a while and i haven't been disappointed i must say — 2 years ago
Excellent. Full of fruits without being too sweet. Great finish. — 7 years ago
Oakmoss and violet. Walking through the woods after the rain. — 5 years ago