In addition, Langhe is renowned for its vineyard landscape and, along with the neighboring regions of Roero and Monferrato, is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, making Langhe a world-renowned wine region for Italian wines.
As a well-known Italian wine promotion area, Langhe has well-structured fertile soils, including limestone clay, calcareous rock and marl, which can maintain the acidity of grapes with alkalinity and high drainage. In addition, the steep slopes of Langhe are difficult to use with machines, so many vineyards are harvested by hand. Although it takes a long time, it can ensure the picking of ripe and high-quality grapes, and the quality is guaranteed.
The reason why Langhe has become a recommended wine production area in Italy is that the best red wines in Langhe have high acidity and high tannin, which can be preserved for a long time, and the flavor is still fresh after many years. Whether you are collecting or drinking Langhe ROC wines, you can refer to the following Italian red wine recommendations
Barbera d’Alba Superiore
Dolcetto di Dogliani
Dolcetto delle Langhe Monregalesi