Grand Cru Selections

Ioppa Current Releases

ioppa Current Releases

 

Nebbiolo Rusin Colline Novaresi

Ioppa's rosé comes from young-vine Nebbiolo. In the cellar, the vinification is straightforward - it is crushed, drained and quickly pressed. Fermentation is done in stainless steel tanks.

 

Nebbiolo Colline Novaresi

100% Nebbiolo from Romagnano Sesia, this is Nebbiolo to enjoy early and often. It ferments with natural yeast in stainless steel and macerates for 7 to 10 days before being aged entirely in stainless steel.

 

Vespolina Coda Rossa

Vespolina is often used as a blending grape to soften Nebbiolo so we were really excited to see that Ioppa is proud enough of their fruit to bottle it on its own. It's a great contrast to their Nebbiolo Colline Novaresi as it's fermented and aged similarly. It ferments with natural yeast in stainless steel and macerates for 7 to 10 days before being aged entirely in stainless steel. 

 

Ghemme

The Ghemme comes from 2.2 hectares of vineyards in the Ghemme DOCG located in the villages of Ghemme and Romagnano Sesia. The soils are a soft alluvial mix left by the retreat of the Mount Rosa glacier after the last Ice Age and erosion of the Alps by the Sesia river. They are mostly sand, granite and clay based with a high content of iron, granite and quartz.

The blend is approximately 85% Nebbiolo and 15% Vespolina. It ferments with natural yeast in stainless steel and macerates for 18 to 20 days before aging for 48 months in large Slavonian oak casks (25-30 hectoliter) and in bottle for a least two years before being released.