Broccardo, Barolo DOCG San Giovanni Riserva 2017

£46.00 (75cl)

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About the wine



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Destemming-crushing. Controlled fermentation at a controlled temperature of 28°C Average duration of maceration: approx. 20 days Malolactic fermentation in steel in November. Maturation for a minimum of 18 months in 35 hl French and Slavonian oak casks, ranging in age from new to 10 years and 44 months in bottle before release

Tasting note

Aromas of currants, raspberries and strawberries are released in this medium-bodied wine with well extracted round tannins and a long finish.

Food pairing

Well paired with tasty and succulent red meat or blue cheese

About the producer

Broccardo is a family-run winery located in Monforte d’Alba and managed today by Filippo, Laura and Federica Broccardo.They decided to collect everything that has been handed down from their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents: a great sense of appreciation for the land and the use of vineyard work techniques that always respect the land. The vinification process is focused on the purity of each wine, preserving the fruity sensations, without altering the features of the wines.

The vineyards are located in three of the most popular areas of the Langhe suited to the production of Barolo wine – Monforte d’Alba, Barolo and Novello. Vineyards cover about 7 acres facing south and southwest. The composition of the soil and where the vines are planted, is characterized by clay, tuff, sand and silt left by the withdrawal of the Padano Sea around 16 million years ago: the alternation of these layers gives these wines excellent finesse, structure and elegance. The wine cellar is located in Monforte d’Alba, which from 2014 is recognised a Unesco patrimony.

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