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Color: Garnet red with light orange reflections Nose: Intense fragrance of dried fruits, with notes of vanilla and underlying sweet red fruits, thanks to the sand that is present in the soil. Palate: A great balance of strength and elegance, a pleasant tannin that cleans the palate leaving a good finish of olfactory sensations.
Barolo DOCG Prapò - Hal
Typology: Barolo D.O.C.G.
Geographic mention/growth: Del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba
Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Year of planting: 1995 – 1999 – 2002 – 2012 – 2015
Exposure: South – East
Altitude: 330-400 m.s.l.m.
Soil structure: clay-limestone, partly interspersed with light sandy sediments
Average annual production: About 9.500 bottles of 0,75L, 500 magnum of 1.5L
Harvest period: October
Closure: Natural cork
The grapes that are produced for this wine are situated in Serralunga. The alcoholic fermentation happens in vertical stainless steel tanks with a maceration on the skins for about 20-30 days.
After racking and malo-lactic fermentation, the wine is then placed into different sized barrels for a period of 18 to 24 months.
After this aging the wines will then be ready to be bottled and will rest in bottle for another 6 months before being available to the market.
Color: Bright garnet red color
Nose: Strawberry, cherry, pomegranate and rose petals
Palate: Red fruits which pack a punch of energy and power that persists to the finish of elegant tannins
Pairings: With the idea of a Barolo more ready to drink this wine can be enjoyed with egg based pastas, a roasted chicken or even duck.