Piedmont red wine.
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Barolo is a red wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy. The wines are made from Nebbiolo, a small, thin skinned red grape varietal generally high in acid and tannins. In Piedmont, Nebbiolo is one of the first varietals to undergo budbreak and last to be picked, with harvest generally taking place in late October. Barolo wines must be solely composed of Nebbiolo, no exceptions.
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Grape varieties 100% Negroamaro
Production technique This wine is produced with grapes selected in the Salento Region of Apulia. After temperature controlled fermentation is over, must is gently pressed and after some months of ageing in big tanks is then bottled.
Wine description Purple color with dark violet reflections. Intense and persistent aromas of blackcurrant, soft fruits with hints of thyme and herbs. Good structured wine with pleasant freshness, smooth and with a long lasting finish.
Winemaker’s recommendation Serve at 16/18 °C with soups, pastas, meats and dry cheese.