Barolo DOCG “Vigna La Rosa” 2016
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Limestone marl and clay with quartz sand
It begins in Allier oak barriques for about 12 months and ends in Allier barrels of 2-3 thousand liters for a further year.
Vigna della Rosa is a Barolo from a single vineyard particularly suited for it, which gives life, in the best vintages, to wines of amazing elegance and capable of aging for decades thanks to the richness of the soil. The small production brings only a few thousand bottles to the cellar, internationally recognized as extremely valuable expressions of the Italian terroir.
The color of Vigna della Rosa is ruby red, with garnet reflections. It’s characterized by floral and feminine scents, peony and ancient rose, geranium, then wild berries such as little strawberries and finally ethereal sensations.
The texture of the tannins is very dense, almost palpable, then great softness: the entrance is soft, almost velvety and then explosive, thanks to the marked acidity and the savory aftertaste.
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