Pace is a family wine business ,

located in one of the most precious areas for wine production in the Canale (Piedmont) territory. Many documents prove that the Roero earls and other noble families worked in vine growing for many generations and the passion, the art and the culture of farming has been told from father to son.

Negro Dino and Piero brothers lead 28 hectares, with a strong prevalence of grape-cultivation (18 hectares). The viticulture, strictly on the hills in the areas, is totally oriented to autoctonous grapevines and finalized to d.o.c. wines production. The care and the professional ability in the vineyards (essential use of fertilizers, grape-pruning, and so on) and the traditional wise in the cellar, grant the wines with the best characteristics and quality of the typical sandy hills of Roero.

  

Azienda Vitivinicola PACE di Negro Pietro e Bernardino

Frazione Maddona di Loreto,52 - Cascina Pace - 12043 Canale (CN)

Tel. Fax +39 0173 979544 - Mob. +39 338 4323245 (Dino)

Email: aziendapace@infinito.it

 

 



Roero Superiore

Roero wine (d.o.c. since 1985) is son of Nebbiolo and, as the brothers Barolo and Barbaresco, has got the name of the land that produce it. It's the "bottle wine" of the traditional viticolture of Roero. Most ancient  citation of Nebbiolo, on the Roero hills, is around 1303. Roero wine has fragrance and delicate porfume,  with pleasant scent of raspberry, strawberry, cherry  and spices, whith a nice liquorice lying below. 

Dry and armonic taste, by mellow tannins, is already  pleasant in the first year, but with complexity and  structure that bear well the aging. 

Refined in barriques.

 

Barbera d'Alba Superiore

 

Roero sandy lands and climate are beneficial to taste and delicate bouquet of Barbera wine. Originally from Monferrato, the Barbera  appears in the Roero just in the IX century. Its rusticity made its fortune and became the real symbol  of farm consuming. Recently  by refining in barriques its image has been improved and market as  well. 

It's the wine best represent the piedmontese character; rough and stubborn, strong and resolved, resolute and discrete. To sight it's alight ruby red with full and attracting tonality. To olfaction it comes as a pleasant surprise giving off fruits flavour, with fragrance of plum, blackberry, jam, spices and toasted. To taste the wine is full and wrapping, with an acidolous vein always evident, with notes of fragrance and freshness that fit modern drinking. At table it couples well with every dish.

Refined in barriques.  

Roero

Roero wine (d.o.c. since 1985) is son of Nebbiolo and, as the brothers Barolo and Barbaresco, has got the name of the land that produce it. It's the "bottle wine" of the traditional viticolture of Roero. Most ancient  citation of Nebbiolo, on the Roero hills, is around 1303. Roero wine has fragrance and delicate porfume,  with pleasant scent of raspberry, strawberry, cherry  and spices, whith a nice liquorice lying below. 

Dry and armonic taste, by mellow tannins, is already  pleasant in the first year, but with complexity and  structure that bear well the aging. 

 

Barbera d'Alba

 

Roero sandy lands and climate are beneficial to taste and delicate bouquet of Barbera wine. Originally from Monferrato, the Barbera  appears in the Roero just in the IX century. Its rusticity made its fortune and became the real symbol  of farm consuming. Recently  by refining in barriques its image has been improved and market as  well. 

It's the wine best represent the piedmontese character; rough and stubborn, strong and resolved, resolute and discrete. To sight it's alight ruby red with full and attracting tonality. To olfaction it comes as a pleasant surprise giving off fruits flavour, with fragrance of plum, blackberry, jam, spices and toasted. To taste the wine is full and wrapping, with an acidolous vein always evident, with notes of fragrance and freshness that fit modern drinking. At table it couples well with every dish.

Roero Arneis

The refined Arneis (d.o.c. since 1989) belongs to Roero history and culture, with toponymy  documentation that goes back to XV century and cellar notes from XVIII century. In the past it was called "white nebbiolo", due to the upright and noble gait of the grapevine, very similar to the Nebbiolo one. The Arneis is the undiscussed author of the recent viticultural success of Roero. The modern cellar technics turn to account the features of a delicate wine with the typical bouquet and pleasant slightly bitter back-taste.