A different expression of Nebbiolo than what we are accustomed to.
The Treves features pretty, well delineated aromas–dusty cherry, hints of anise and rose, with a bit of mushroom in the background. But this is a spare and slender wine with a wan smile and dry, sardonic wit.
The entry on the palate is thin with a compressed fruit layer. There is some top note thrust with a stony climax at midpalate but little depth or roundness to rein it in. The finish is lengthy with sandy tannins that don’t grip. But the lack of persistent fruit power yields sour and bitter threads giving the wine a rustic feel.
By no means a brutal wine, it’s civilized as Nebbiolo goes. A pairing with Cat Power’s “The Greatest” makes the bitter seem sweet.
Notes: The Canavese DOC is a Piemonte appellation north of Turin which produces a variety or red and white wines. This wine is 95% Nebbiolo with Barbera and Freisa making up the other 5%. The wine is aged in barrels for 3 months.
Price: $18 (Purchase Here)
But in the end, it’s all noise and one more thing I am thankful for: Ability to filter out noise. After all, we are on this side of the grass for a very short time and why not enjoy that time instead of bitching about it?
I seeing this wine the first time. Through this post, i have read its features and benefits. this Sunday I am going to market for buying cooking things. With that, I will buy this wine
I agree with you 100%. I think it’s the words “pie” and “meat” in the same sentence that has such a psychological impact on people even though they’ve probably all eaten quiche or a chicken pot PIE at one time or another.