• On sale!
  • -10%
White Wines - Colli Tortonesi DOC Timorasso 'Derthona' 2019 (750 ml.) - Vietti - Vietti - 1
White Wines - Colli Tortonesi DOC Timorasso 'Derthona' 2019 (750 ml.) - Vietti - Vietti - 2
White Wines - Colli Tortonesi DOC Timorasso 'Derthona' 2019 (750 ml.) - Vietti - Vietti - 3

Colli Tortonesi DOC Timorasso 'Derthona' 2019 (750 ml.) - Vietti

Last items in stock
€30.00 €33.33 -10%
VAT included

Product Category
White Wine
Colli Tortonesi DOC
Grape / Raw material
Vintage - Cuvée
750 ml.
IT - Piedmont
Alcohol Content
14% vol.
Service Temperature
8° - 10° C.
Suggested Glass
Calyx thin long-stemmed
Robert Parker 93/100
Special Features
Artistic label
Food Matches
Appetizers, Mixed cold cuts, White Meat, Aged Cheese
Color: intense yellow with greenish reflections Bouquet: fruity and floral scents, a characteristic note of honey Taste: dry, warm and soft, very balanced, good acidity, length and persistence.
3 Items

Timorasso 'Derthona' by Vietti is a Colli Tortonesi whose grapes come from several vineyards located in the municipality of Monleale. Pure Timorasso, it ages for a total of 10 months in ceramic, wooden vats and steel, in contact with the fine lees. Beautiful fruity scents reminiscent of pear, peach and floral like acacia and hawthorn flowers; characteristic note of honey. After 2/3 years the mineral notes are more evident, which enriches the wine. In the mouth it is dry, warm and soft, very balanced. A white that can evolve in the cellar for several years.


For four generations the Vietti family produces wines in Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Langhe. At the beginning of '900, the son Mario began selling Barolo they had been manufacturing, focusing the company exclusively winemaking family activity. Since the '60s is the daughter Lucia, with her husband winemaker Alfredo Conrad, to carry on the work of the Vietti winery, concentradosi increasingly on a high quality production. Alfredo Conrad was the first to select and vinify grapes from single vineyard concept at that time radical, but now applied to almost all companies that produce Barolo and Barbaresco. The other great Alfredo pioneering vision was to enhance the Arneis, native vine long forgotten by the producers of the zone: the winery started to vinify in purity, and so did other manufacturers later, bringing today Arneis to be the most important grape white grape of the area. Today Vietti is considered one of the greatest Barolisti semi-traditional, doing a masterful use of both barrels of barrels that.

No reviews
Product added to wishlist