Barbaresco DOCG Monciraldo
- 0.75 L
- Light Full bodied
- Smooth Tannic
- Dry Sweet
- Soft Acidic
- 100% Organic
Barbaresco is considered one of Piedmont’s greatest wines, on par with Barolo. It is a wine that benefits from a period of aging in oak barrels: the wood favors both strength and smoothness, complexity and balance, guaranteeing a harmonic evolution over the years. This wine’s particular vinification style makes it drinkable at a relatively young age, yet it has the potential to evolve for years to come. The result is a rich, full, and smooth wine with great structure.
Yield per hectare:
minimum 26 months, of which at least 12 are in barrels
intense ruby red with hues of garnet
complex, with aromas of blackberry, dried flowers, and notes of spices and cacao
elegant, with a medium body, very balanced with soft tannins and a persistent finish
first courses, mixed delicatessen, roasted meat, game, mushrooms, and medium- to long-aged cheeses
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