The winery says:
“Mimmo” is dedicated to a friend from Boca who collaborated with us for many years to
improve the quality standards in our vineyards. The wine can be defined as a “Little Boca”.
Less structured and riper parts of “Boca DOC” (Nebbiolo and Vepsolina grapes) are
blended after 2 years of aging in large barrels together with riper Croatina grapes (30%) to
produce a light wine which is more amenable than “Boca DOC” and functions as good
door-opener to the more complex but also more demanding flagship wine “Boca DOC”.
There is a nice floral and fruity flavour with a soft elegance and long-lasting taste.
“Mimmo” does not need to age for long but matures well over a period of 3 to 6 years.
Aging potential 3-6 years. Average production: 12000 bottles.
Alcohol: 12.5-13.5% Vol., Total Acidity 5.3-5.6 g/l
First year of production: 2010
Grape varieties: 65% Nebbiolo / 5% Vespolina / 30% Croatina 40% Nebbiolo