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Barolo del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba DOCG

This 100% Nebbiolo wine is a native to Piedmont and has a late harvest period, with recognized quality since the ancient Roman epoch. It is a refined wine, has a great ageing capacity, and delicate tannins. Bright ruby red with tints of orange, this wine has a gentle bouquet of roses and violets, with a touch of spice. The grapes are from Serra, Manocino, and San Bernardo, with a few of the grapes bought from organic growers.

The Barolo Serralunga d’Alba has received high scores from Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, and Decanter, as well as 93 points for the Best Wines of Italy Ian D’Agata.

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Available bottle sizes: 750ml vintage -  Magnum (1500ml) vintage   -  Jeroboam (3000ml) vintage 

Varietal: 100% Nebbiolo

Area of Production: Serralunga d’Alba, exposed to the east, S/N east, altitude of 340-420 m.

Soil: clay, calcareous, terrain with sub-alkaline reaction, with calcium, magnesium, and iron present.

Harvest time: Manual harvest as late as possible, selection done in stages 3 times in the 45 days before harvest

Vinification: 20-day maceration, aged for 30 months in oak barrels.

In the Cellar: 10-months refinement, aged 30 months in Slavonia oak barrels

Alcohol: 14%

Serving Temperature: 16 degrees C°

Pairings: Risotto, tagliata of veal, braised cheek, ravioli del plin

Country Italy
Type Red
Region Piemonte
Brand Rivetto

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This 100% Nebbiolo wine is a native to Piedmont and has a late harvest period, with recognized quality since the ancient Roman epoch. It is a refined wine, has a great ageing capacity, and delicate tannins. Bright ruby red with tints of orange, this wine has a gentle bouquet of roses and violets, with a touch of spice. The grapes are from Serra, Manocino, and San Bernardo, with a few of the grapes bought from organic growers.

The Barolo Serralunga d’Alba has received high scores from Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, and Decanter, as well as 93 points for the Best Wines of Italy Ian D’Agata.

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