Albarossa

Albarossa is a red Italian wine grape that was created in the Veneto wine region in 1938 by grape breeder Giovanni Dalmasso at the Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura in Conegliano. 

Dalmasso originally thought he created the grape from a crossing of Nebbiolo and Barbera but DNA profiling in 2009 confirmed that the 'Nebbiolo' vine used wasn't Nebbiolo at all but rather a very old French wine grape variety from the Ardeche, Chatus.

Dezzani L'Assioma Vitigno Albarossa DOC

Enticing notes of black cherry, wild berries, with a light elegant fruity perfume.Dezzani was founde..

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Dezzani Otto Bucce Piemonte DOC Rosso

Complex aromas with delicate notes of red fruits, vanilla and fine spices.Dezzani was founded in 193..

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