It has a beautiful ruby red color with garnet reflections. On the nose the balsamic notes stand out, recalling the characteristics of the soil of origin, combined with more spicy hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. In the mouth its elegance, fullness and long persistence stand out.
Visual examination: deep ruby red with garnet red reflections, robust.
Olfactory examination: intense, complex, fine, fruity and floral with balsamic hints, ethereal.
Taste examination: warm and smooth, full-bodied, fresh, very persistent and harmonious.
Characteristics of the soil: sandy and calcareous soil, southwest facing slopes. Area: about 2 ha Grape variety: Nebbiolo, 40-year-old vines. Training and pruning: counter, Guyot pruning.
Vinification: soft pressing of freshly harvested grapes, spontaneous fermentation at 30°C with maceration on the peels for approximately 15 days. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation carried out in stainless steel. 24-month refinement in small Slavonian oak barrels. Serving Temperature: 18° C Alcohol by Volume: 14% Vol
Very deep wine, intense, its roots derives from the soil particular characteristics that every year yield a wine with an unmistakable personality and unfaltering quality. The color is ruby red with garnet reflections. Balsamic notes stand out in the aroma, referencing the characteristics of the soil this wine comes from, as well as spicier hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. On the palate, it is elegant, full, and persistent.
This wine was made to go with grand meat dishes, especially game, and with ripened cheeses and it is perfect for entertaining in the evening. It is a wine that was created to accompany large meats, game and aged cheeses.
ABOUT THE PRODUCER
There are always family stories behind the most renowned wineries: that passion for wine that is handed down from generation to generation and which becomes love for each of the precious moments that go from the cultivation of the vine to the tasting in the glass. The history of the Cascina Bruciata farm is also intertwined with that of some families, up to ours, already owner of Marchesi di Barolo, who acquired it in 2016.