The varieties of Nebbiolo - Michet, Lampia and Rosé coming from Langhe area in Piedmont region are the grapes of this elegant Barolo
The manual harvest in early October is followed by the grapes' vinification: a forty-days-maceration at controlled temperature and the subsequent malolactic fermentation. The process is completed by a twenty-four months ageing in big oak barrels and a further twenty four months in bottle. The colour is typically red garnet. The aromas are complex and elegant, ranging from ripe red fruit and spices, until toasty and 'tar'. The flavour is gently tannic, austere, full and velvety. This great bottle is ideal with important first courses, roasts, game and hard cheeses, but can also be a great sipping wine after dinner. Serve at 20-22 °C.