This Barolo comes from the Bricco Boschis Cru, more precisely from the Colle Sud Ovest vineyard, the Punta Marcello vineyard and the San Giuseppe vineyard, with South-East, South and South-West views; the vines are trained in classic Guyot. The vinification is activated by natural yeasts, a semi-submerged cap maceration is carried out for 30 days and a traditional aging in Slavonian oak barrels for 42 months. Before being marketed, it rests in glass for a year.
Excellent structure but with already soft tannins and open and intense aromas that give this Barolo characteristics of power and great elegance. Complex and fragrant to drink young but with a great aptitude for aging.
Wine capable of evolving over 20 years.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° -18 ° C. red meats in general, grilled fish and white meats, hard or aged cheeses, chocolate.
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The term Nebbiolo seems to derive from "fog", it is not clear whether to define the appearance of the grape, dark, but tarnished (clouded) by abundant bloom, or if due to the very late ripening of the grapes, which often leads to harvesting in the period of autumn mists.