Produced with the grapes of the homonymous vine, it is one of the most noble Piedmontese wines. It is linked to old peasant traditions, but it has been renewed and it is now considered among the most important Italian red wines and it is gaining growing international consensus. The color is ruby red, particularly intense in the Superior type, it tends to garnet with aging. The aroma is intense, vinous when young. To the taste, it is full of great warmth and harmony. It is very good with many first courses with sauce, also with robust dishes, with stews, roasts, game, spicy and tasty cheeses.