An indigenous white that was only rediscovered recently. There are oaked versions but it’s mostly unwooded. It’s usually drunk young while fresh and fruity but good examples can drink well up to five or six years. Quality has always been Nascetta's strength, producing wines that are assertively perfumed with Muscat-like floral qualities that lead to riper, tropical fruit aromas. It also has a fresh palate, with crisp apple flavors and citrus and honey notes. Overall, Nascetta wines have an expressiveness that is hard to ignore. In a region where Nebbiolo is the undisputed king of the red wines, Nascetta could be a future contender for the region's best white variety!