Why I suggest Gianni Gagliardo Barolo DOCG
Barolo Gagliardo is produced in the La Morra wine-growing area, assembled with grapes from Monforte d'Alba, Barolo and Serralunga. A territorial peculiarity of demarcation, particular and sophisticated that gives it an excellent aging potential. Aristocratic wine, expression of the territory in which it was produced.
The Sommelier: 100% Nebbiolo grape and grape, excellent alcohol content 14.0% Vol.
Ruby red color with garnet reflections, limpid and consistent wine.
The complex floral scent is very intense. On the palate it is dry, of excellent acidity, pasty, great structure, harmonic tannins, a good balance, harmonious.
Recommended pairings: Orecchiette and troccoli handmade with tomato sauce, polenta, truffle croutons, stews and braised meat, chop of horse, Florentine rib, fondue with truffles, goat cheese, Parmesan cheese.
Uncork and decant first, serve at a temperature of 16-18 ° C in the Grand Ballon cup.
Winery: Winemakers of the Piedmontese Langa, in the lands of great Muscat and Dolcetto. A strong entrepreneurial spirit and innovation, pushes Paolo Colla from 1961 to cultivate and vinify Barolo ... Go to the card.