A 10-acre single vineyard in the Langhe district of Piedmont
A brief fermentation is initiated as the cap is punched down, to facilitate extraction of color. The wine is held in Marchesi di Barolo's cellars until the September following harvest, after which it is bottled and released.
Deep purple with violet reflections
Fresh and youthful with floral scents
Youthful, full of seductive fruit, and well-balanced, with a pleasing hint of almond on the finish
Perfect with appetizers, cheeses, salmon, tuna or swordfish, white meat and poultry main courses. Can be served lightly chilled (about 15 minutes in the refrigerator)