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Colour: ruby red with orange reflections
Grape. 100% Nebbiolo:
Category: Barolo DOCG
Profile: the grape varieties used for this wine are Lampia and Michet. The vineyard is located to the east at an altitude of 330-350 meters above sea level. Fermentation takes 30-35 days. The wine matures for 36 months in large oak barrels. The soil consists of typical gray and blue marble. This wine goes very well with red meat, game and poultry.
Aroma: fruity and earthy with hints of wood and minerals.
Taste: clear tannins with a subtle acidity
Alcohol content: 14.5%
Vineyard: 330 meters altitude, Barolo
Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo Vinification: maceration of 30-35 days
Maturing. 36 months in large oak barrels, serving temperature: 16/18 ° C Cru: The Terlo, inserted in the MGA of Barolo, was born in the fusion of 2 areas, Via Nuova and Terlo (legally acclaimed in 2010) and has an area of more than 20 ha.
Vineyard: The estate is about 1 ha of vineyard (about 30 years old) is planted with the vines derived from the selection of the subvarieties of Lampia and Michet. The terroir consists of the classic grey and blue marmalade typical of the terroir of Tortonian origin. The soil is subalkaline, rich in limestone (22% in total and 9.4% active) and well balanced with the macro and microelements. The agronomic intelligent management, with a view to preserving biodiversity, is the element that characterises the winemaking of the farm.
Colour: Ruby red colour with garnet sections. Bouquet: At the first moment you feel a good fruit/oral complexity, after you feel more old notes coming from flowers under the mind and dry fruit. The bouquet is pleasant and attractive.
Taste: It is still a close wine without being hard, which is typical of the cold and rainy harvest year. The taste experience is fresh, almost delicate in the beginning, then you begin to feel the thetannins well, accompanied by the good extract that leaves the palate dry and ready for the next sip.