Barolo DOCGCerequio Riserva

Barolo DOCGCerequio Riserva

“Puzzle, a game of interlocking pieces, an assemblage of three images treated with different styles and colours which, in any event, combine, harmonise… from the sea vineyards, truly surprising, to the village, to the steeple”.

(Giancarlo Ferraris, label designer)

Name:Barolo DOCG

Grape variety:Nebbiolo

Municipality:La Morra, Barolo

Surface area of the vineyard:0,9 Ha

Soil:Calcareous marl clay of sedimentary marine origin from the Tortonian period (9 million years ago). Characterised by a basic pH, poor in organic matter, but rich in microelements such as magnesium and manganese, in particular

Vineyard exposure:South-west

Vineyard elevation:350 m s.l.m.

Harvest:Manual

Colour:Bright garnet with light orange hues

Nose:Complex, intense with great charm, with balsamic notes, violet, small black fruits, truffle and fine spices

Taste:Rich and powerful at first, but extremely elegant with a texture of silky, enveloping tannins; great harmony and long-lasting flavour

Serving temperature:18°C

Accompanies:Tagliolini with d’Alba truffle, stew, risotto with Barolo, well-matured cheeses

Certification:Viticoltura con il sistema di "Lotta Integrata"

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Cerequio

Situated between the municipal districts of La Morra and Barolo, Cerequio is considered one the...

Barolo DOCG Cerequio Riserva

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2007 2006
Ratings

95/100 Wine Enthusiast

5 grapes Bibenda