Barolo Castelletto 2007

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id: 90
Classification:  DOGC
Grape variety:  Nebbiolo 100%
Alcoholic content:  14
Region:  Piemonte
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Wine colour:  
Red
Bottle size:  0,75
Farming:  Tradizionale

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Great and refined Barolo. Elegant and intense, with notes of raspberry preserve, soft fruit and tobacco. Warm, pleasant, with great tannic balance and flavour.

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Intense, refined, of floral and herbal origin: withered flowers, violet, herbs, cherry, currant. Adequate and compact mouth, precise tannic bulk.

  • Production technique: 15-day maceration at 28-31°C
  • Serving temperature: 18-20
  • Ideal Glass: Borgogna
  • Bottles number production: 7500
  • Altitude: 400-500 mt
  • Exposure: South-east
  • Harvest: first and second 10-day period of October
  • Typical characterizations: Elegant and intense, with notes of raspberry preserve, soft fruit and tobacco. Warm, pleasant, with great tannic balance and flavour
  • Visual examination: Ruby-red with mid-intense garnet-red notes
  • Ageing: In 35hl barrels where it ages for 24 months
  • Bottles storage: horizontal
  • Training system: Guyot
  • Cork type: Cork
  • Bottle type: Bordolese
  • Other recognitions: WineAdvocate
  • Wine body: Full-bodied, structured, aged in wood

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Barolo Castelletto 2007

Barolo Castelletto 2007

Great and refined Barolo. Elegant and intense, with notes of raspberry preserve, soft fruit and tobacco. Warm, pleasant, with great tannic balance and flavour.

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    Giovanni Manzone is in Monforte d’Alba, Piedmont, and makes wine only from property grapes. The whole production is focused on high quality and limited to about 50.000 bottles a year. The good altitude (400-450 metres above the sea level), the extreme slope of the vineyeards and the fantastic territoir favour a natural low production of grapes; this way originate wines accessible even to youths but that stay among the most concentrate and long-living of the Barolo area.