Barolo Rinaldi 2006
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It comes from the nebbiolo vines which grow in the vineyards situated around the villages of Barolo and La Morra, following the traditional procedures of local winegrowing. It is a harmonious wine with a full and dry taste.
Vintage: the grapes are selected and hand-picked in the vineyard around mid-October.
Vinification: a prolonged fermentation of about 20 days takes place in stainless steel tanks and after pumping the wine over the cap, when alcoholic fermentation is over, the new wine is decanted in large capacity Slavonian oak casks.
Maturing: in wood for about 3 years. This wine is suitable for prolonged ageing in bottle.
Alcohol content: 13.5 14 degrees.
This noble variety from Italy is used primarily in Barolo and Barbaresco, two Piedmontese wines. It is a powerful, lusty grape, high in both tannin and acidity but balanced by an ample alcoholic content. Its color can be deep when the wine is young, but orangey tinges can develop within a few years. Its complex aroma is fruity, earthy, woodsy, herbal and floral.