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Barolo DOCG . Case Nere 2001

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Tasting Notes: Colour: intense red with light orange reflections. Bouquet: pleasantly ethereal, ample aromas. Palate: full, round, elegant. Persistent taste and long finish. The red wines are characterised by good alcoholic content , right acidity, poliphenolic richness and intense and persistent bouquet. It goes well with any kind of national and international cuisine, but it expresses its very best with roasts, braised meats and cheese. Served at 20°C Percentage Grape: 100% Nebbiolo Soil: The hilly area known as the Langhe. Piemonte, North-West of Italy. Case Nere is a cru' made from carefully selected grapes produced in small quantities on a single estate vineyard, located in the commune of La Morra. Growing Climate: It has been an excellent vintage. Type of Harvest: Handworking Vinification Length: Maceration about 10 - 12 days at controlled temperature Vinification Method: Crushing of the grapes, destemming, fermentation in stainless-steel vats equipped with thermostats to control the temperature during fermentation. Type of Wood: oak Fining Collage: 4years in Slavonian oak barrels, 12months in bottl Alcohol Percentage: 14 %

Region: Italy » Piedmont

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Varietal: Nebbiolo
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Tasting Notes: Colour: intense red with light orange reflections. Bouquet: pleasantly ethereal, ample aromas. Palate: full, round, elegant. Persistent taste and long finish. The red wines are characterised by good alcoholic content , right acidity, poliphenolic richness and intense and persistent bouquet. It goes well with any kind of national and international cuisine, but it expresses its very best with roasts, braised meats and cheese. Served at 20°C Percentage Grape: 100% Nebbiolo Soil: The hilly area known as the Langhe. Piemonte, North-West of Italy. Case Nere is a cru' made from carefully selected grapes produced in small quantities on a single estate vineyard, located in the commune of La Morra. Growing Climate: It has been an excellent vintage. Type of Harvest: Handworking Vinification Length: Maceration about 10 - 12 days at controlled temperature Vinification Method: Crushing of the grapes, destemming, fermentation in stainless-steel vats equipped with thermostats to control the temperature during fermentation. Type of Wood: oak Fining Collage: 4years in Slavonian oak barrels, 12months in bottl Alcohol Percentage: 14 %

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