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Why I suggest Bricco Boschis Barolo DOCG
The "Cru" by Bricco Boschis Nebbiolo from Barolo, a Barolo that turns out to be complex. Process delicate aromas and fullness of flavors. The result of a constant and methodical vinification in line with the ancient traditions of winery. Fermented in large barrels and aged in bottle, the noble Barolo RoccheViberti slowly transmits the majestic power of wine. Wine that unites the spirits of a vast vocated territory.
The Sommelier: Barolo da Nebbiolo a ruby red with garnet reflections, wine with an accentuated consistency. The intensity and fragrance brings us back to harvest, exceptionally structured, with evident notes of violet, goudron and vanilla. In the mouth wide, warm the tannin is soft leaving a long finish persistent.
Recommended pairings: Polenta and mushrooms, Fondue with truffles, braised meat, roasts, goat's cheese, prime cheese, Parmesan and Parma ham.
Uncork and decant first, serve at a temperature of 14-16 ° C in the Grand Ballon cup.
Cellar: An important wine area in the world as aristocratic for the succession of high-sounding names in historical times. Piedmont holds geographic areas and names closely linked to native vines ... Go to the sheet