In 1982 the Salvano family winery was converted into a modern wine-producing enterprise. The foundations of the new cellar were excavated into the subsoil of the ground of Langhe. Old and modern, rusticity and technology, old traditions and technological innovations meet happily in the new Salvano winery. Modern stainless steel casks and a complete bottling line is the pride of the updated oenological technology.
Barolo [2004 &2003]“Italy’s King of Wines”. A traditional style Barolo, aged for three years in large chestnut wood casks. Excellent power and structure developed from the classic Nebbiolo grape. Rich and fragrant bouquet
Barbera d’ Alba Maestrale Barrique An excellent value, this shows good weight and depth of fruit but also great balance. It is medium-bodied, dry, incredibly rich, dark and complex… extremely versatile with many foods such as meats, pasta, cheese. Barrel-aged in French oak for 16 months.
Dolcetto D’Alba “Salvano (Alba, Piedmont, Italy): Soft in texture, with very pure, seemingly sweet fruit and ultra-fine tannins, this textbook Dolcetto is perfectly balanced and proportioned.”By Michael Franz, Washington Post Wine Critic
Gavi This wine, with a full-bodied grape with deep citrus and Granny Smith apple aromas and flavors, has well-defined acidity, with lots of steely complexity and good acidity. Pairs well with lighter meats and seafood.
Roero Arneis This is a unique indiginous grape from the Piemonte region. This Arneis shows a delicate nose of white flowers and is soft and elegant on the palatte with a tangy finish. Perfect as an aperitif or with summer salads and delicate seafood dishes and with grilled seafood.
Chardonnay This is an elegant style of Chardonnay with bright yellow apple flavors and a crisp finish. The wine is matured in oak for six months and is perfect with light seafood dishes, chicken, and roasted turkey.