Nebbiolo d’Alba D.O.C. Brumo
Brumo underlines the essence of nebbiolo grapes, the noble variety from Piedmont
Nebbiolo, the noble variety typical from Piedmont, gets the name from “pruina”, a substance we can find on the skins of the berries that makes them look like covered by fog (“nebbia” or “bruma” in Italian). And it is in the foggy season – between October and November – that the nebbiolo ripes: now it is explained the name of our Nebbiolo d’Alba D.O.C. “Brumo”.