Barolo DOCG “Brunella” 2015
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Clay and limestone
24 months French oak barrique
Brunella is the first wine in history to carry on its label the name of the prestigious cru of Castiglione Falletto. In France would have been considered a “monopole”: Boroli holds the exclusive property of this small vineyard located at the extreme western point of the Villero village: it is therefore a priceless bottle for collectors. Brunella is the most elegant among the winery’s crus, if compared with the other two produced: Il Villero and Cerequio.
The Brunella 2015 has a bright, crystal clear ruby red color. It has a net bouquet to the nose: firstly, come the scents of strawberries and raspberries, then slowly arrive the broader and more multifaceted aromas: pomegranate, rhubarb, peonies and moonflowers, and in the end the balsamic fragrances of mint and licorice. In the mouth it is a structured and full-bodied wine, with young tannins yet of a great finesse, it has a good acidity, which together with a nice savory sensation make the sip extremely balanced. The olfactory sensations have a strong correspondence on the palate, leaving a long and intense finish with toasted notes of coffee and carob.
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