La Prevostura is a traditional small winery in the north of Piedmont, at Lessona, where they use to blend Nebbiolo grape with other local varieties (i.e. Croatina and Vespolina).
Yesterday night I jumped into this Rosé wine made mainly with Nebbiolo grape. The name is Corinna and on the label it is Piemonte DOC.
The growing area for this rosé has a cool climate, it is not far from the Alps mountains. The color of the wine is something between onion skin and copper, very bright. At the nose it reminds of orange skin, gooseberry and violet flowers. On the palate it is very refreshing and has a body, an important texture and a long raspberry flavor. A rosé with a personality that paired very well with some meatballs.