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Marchesi Di Barolo - 2004 Barbaresco Riserva D.O.C.G.

Marchesi Di Barolo - 2004 Barbaresco Riserva D.O.C.G.

HK$570.00
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Description

Producer : Marchesi Di Barolo

Wine : Barbaresco Riserva

Grading : D.O.C.G.

Year : 2004

Region : Piemonte

Grape : 100% Nebbiolo

Type of wine : Red

Maturation : 2 year in Slavonian oak casksand in medium size French oak casks 

Bottle ageing : 24 months in the bottle

Alcoholic content : 13.7%

Ageing Potential : 15 years or more

Decant time reference : 60 mins

Tasting note :

Deep ruby red. An intense bouquet with scents of tobacco, wild rose and spices. Remarkable the "goudron" note.Full tasted, austere, elegant, full bodied, that recalls the olfactory sensations.

Winemaker’s note :

“Of the personages connected with the nameBarolo, some may be considered of historic importance, real and true pioneers (ofthese) people first place goes to Pietro Abbona, ( the one who acquire thecellars of the Marchesi di Barolo estate, along with the vineyards and the LaVolta Castle) undisputed patriarch of Barolo...who, as anunquestionable stand-bearer, made the wine of his region known throughoutthe world. It was from his winery that Barolo made its first historic steps.His large wood casks were in fact part of the legacy of the Marquise Falletti.(the family who has created the today style Barolo) Commendatore Abbona in heredieted along standing tradition, a love of the vineyards, the wineries and wineit self,and he brought his label displaying the castles of Barolo andSerralunga to the furthest tables By “Barolo As I Know It” , MassimoMartinelli.


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