Nebbiolo

Nebbiolo (“neb-ee-o-low”) is a red grape with a lighter skin.

Typically from the Piedmonte region in Italy it is renowed for its lighter coloured wines with a perfumed nose, earthy palate and distinct tannins.

South Burnett varietals tend to have delicate floral aromas with cherry fruits and softer tannins than their Italian counterparts. and the modern winemaking styles used are producing wines approachable at a much younger age.

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