A complex blend of spice, dried flowers and underbrush aromas, and a sensation of exotic spices.
Costa di Bussia Riserva has a ruby red colour.
Excellent concentration of sweet, fine tannins that envelope the palate without harshness. The length and persistence of flavour typical of a great wine.
The Bricco Nebbiolo vineyards are situation on the top of the hill behind the winery and orientated towards the south and west. The type of soil can be classified as poor, which encourages the vine roots to burrow deep into the soil seeking nourishment. Here, as on other hilltops, the marl-rich bedrock has emerged over time. This carbonate and mineral-rich soil gives the wine a powerful structure, richness of tannins and long ageing times.
Game, roast, matured cheese (parmigiano and pecorino).