Nebbiolo Red Wine or Nebieul (better known to people of Piedmont) is grape variety mostly associated within the Piedmont region of Italy.  It is the key to wines such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Gattinara, Ghemme and Roero. It is thought the Nebbiolo name comes from the Italian word nebbia which means "fog." Harvest generally takes place late in October, often a deep, intense fog sets into the Langhe area where many Nebbiolo vineyards are situated. Other explanations suggest the fog-like milky veil that forms on the grapes as they reach final maturity, or even perhaps the name is derived instead from the Italian word nobile, meaning "noble". Nebbiolo wines are characterised by a light ruby-red colour which can be highly tannic when young often veiled with scents of tar and roses. With ageing the wine take on a brick-orange hue on the rim of the glass, while extended maturation reveals new aromas and flavours of violets, tar, wild herbs, cherries, raspberries, truffles, tobacco, and prunes. Nebbiolo wines tend to require years of ageing, this is to balance the tannins with it's other characteristics.

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