The Langhe area has a long history of vinegrowing and many of the wines made here use traditional, well-established grape varieties such as Arneis and Favorita for whites, and Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Freisa for reds. The Nebbiolo is used for making Barolo which is often described as one of Italy's greatest wines. The Seghesio Langhe is made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes.
When opened I got aromas of sour cherries with some leather and spicy berry, like teaberry. Very complex in the mouth with taste of cherry, licorice, plum and currant, but still very soft and dry. The only downfall was a very short finish. Paired well with the chicken marsala and not that bad sipping later, but much more preferred with the dinner.
A very nice table wine at $20. Recommended.