This wine is obtained from an old Piedmontese grape, Freisa, which is genetically almost identical to the more famous Nebbiolo, but richer in anthocyanins.
The name ‘Sagrin’ in Piedmont refers to something which creates difficulties and which is difficult to control, much like the grapes of Freisa, which are perhaps one of the most difficult grapes to make wine from together with Grignolino.
It is suitable to enjoy with red meat dishes, stews, or medium-aged cheeses. It is a wine to discover.
Colour: Garnet red with cherry undertones. Full-bodied, it is clean and dry.
Nose: Intense, with raspberry and berry characteristics.
Taste: Fresh and dry.