Barolo Cannubi Riserva DOCG Selez. 2010 F. MIROGLIO, Red Wine
- 0.75 L
- Light Full bodied
- Smooth Tannic
- Dry Sweet
- Soft Acidic
- 100% Organic
Barolo Cannubi Riserva DOCG Selez. 2010 F. MIROGLIO
“My grandfather Franco was a visionary entrepreneur and the creator of our family’s success in manufacturing and fashion. Thanks to him my father Edoardo had the opportunity to purchase Tenuta Carretta and begun our family’s winemaking history. We dedicate this great Barolo to him as a way to remember daily with affection and respect. Tenuta Carretta produces this elegant and important wine from its own nebbiolo vineyards of Cannubi, Barolo. The labels pattern comes from an historic fabric created by Miroglio. Each scarf of this specific Barolo displays a differentpattern that has been a success for the company. This is Barolo Cannubi Riserva Collezione Rag. Franco Miroglio: a refined, exclusive wine…just 1,260 bottles are produced with its own scarf, each one strictly numbered) that gives a crescendo of pleasant, captivating sensations that stimulate and satisfy all senses – smell, taste, but also sight, touch, and sound.” Franco Miroglio Jr
Intense garnet red.
Complex, with rose, cocoa and spice with slight citrus notes.
At least 60 months, at least 36 in barrel and 18 in bottle.
Lamb, beef, pasta and any kind of game meat dishes.
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