The pride of Cascina del Monastero, Barolo Bricco Luciani is made from grapes grown in a vineyard with a southern exposure between Annunziata and Cascina Luciani. The soil is of the clay-limestone type. The grapes produced have always been full and very aromatic.
Color : Intense garnet red.
Nose : Complex nose with hints of ripe fruit, floral and slightly smoky fruit.
Mouth : Ample and frank attack, the tannic structure is firm, but well integrated with notes of red fruits in the finish.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : Barolo Bricco Luciani is still produced in the traditional style of the 18th century. The wine is aged for an equal period in small oak casks and then in barrels>
Food pairing : Hunting, braised meats and strong cheeses
Aging potential : 15 to 20 Years
39,00 CHF tax incl.
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