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Per Bottle: $74.99
Per case of 6: $449.94
Producer: Giulia Negri
Vintage: 2018
Production Area: La Morra – Serradenari - Brunate. Aspect - West. Altitude - 460 meters (1509ft). Soil - Tortonian with clayey loam soil with a strong presence of sand.
Type: Red Table Wine
Alcohol: 13.5%
Sugar: 1.16g/l

Description

Looking onto the land of the Barolo on one side and the entire span of Piedmont on the other, Serradenari offered a refuge for the peasants escaping the Black Death in the Middle Ages. Those peasants brought their savings with them and, therefore, by the year 1400, the place became known as Sara’ ‘Dne, or the coin mountain. To this day, ancient millstones are occasionally discovered in the woods of Serradenari. The village of La Morra probably owes its name to one of those millstones, called ‘Mole’ in the local dialect. A small patch of land that nurtures both the white truffle of Alba and the minerals that help produce the great Langa wines.

Color

Ruby Barolo with very rich aromas.

Grape Varieties

Grape %
Nebbiolo 100

Aroma

This wine has complex structure with scents who goes from fresh plums to spices with mineral notes and flowers like violets and roses.

Taste

Intence taste with big body, elegant and soft tannins.

Cellaring Potential

20 years.

Food Matching

Perfect with elaborated food and wild meats.

Vinification

Manual harvesting. Spontaneous fermentation (with some 40 days of maceration) in 60-HL truncated cone-shaped wooden vats.

Aging

24 months in 25-HL Slavonian oak barrels.