Barolo DOCG Riserva - Broglio - Schiavenza 2016
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This is a highly prestigious label, with which the Schiavenza winery has obtained very high scores in important Italian and international sector guides.
A prestigious wine that comes from the exclusive use of Nebbiolo grapes, the main vine for the renowned Piedmontese red wines. The Nebbiolo vines are grown with the Guyot system in the vineyards located near Serralunga d'Alba, on clay, silt and limestone soil. The grapes, harvested between mid and late October, undergo the fermentation process in steel, followed by refinement in Slavonian oak barrels lasting 36 months. At the end of this maturation period, the wine is ready to be bottled and introduced onto the market.
It has a typically garnet red color, with light reflections tending towards orange. The aromas that characterize its olfactory profile revolve around floral notes of dried rose, enriched with spicier touches, deriving from the aging in wood. In the mouth, the wine stands out for its excellent body, the presence of robust tannins and a powerful and energetic sip that envelops the tasting with elegance and refinement.