Additional tasting notes
Color : Intense ruby red.
Nose : Notes of red berries, violets and sweet spices.
Mouth : Full-bodied on the palate, with plenty of assertive, well-crafted tannins. Lingering finish of subtle fruitiness.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : Aged in 500-litre barrels and 10 to 50-litre wooden vats.
Food pairing : Barolo braised beef, shoulder of lamb confit.
Aging potential : Approx. 15 years
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