Wine Barolo Gavarini Vigna Chiniera DOCG, 2007
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Reviews of purchase Barolo Gavarini Vigna Chiniera DOCG, 2007
Wine rich ruby-red color.
The wine has a well-balanced taste with perfectly integrated tannins, notes of dark fruit and a long finish clean.
Elegant aroma of the wine reveals notes of dark fruit, leather, spices, menthol and coffee.
The wine goes well with game, seasoned cheeses, as well as a good digestif.
Wine Barolo "Gavarini Chiniera" - Barolo resistance of single extracted from the crop from the vineyard "Vigna Kinera" in the commune of Monforte d'Alba. All wines Barolo from Elio Grasso - a true expression of terroir Monforte d'Alba. Elio Grasso owns 16 hectares of land in Barolo with breathtaking views of Serralunga d'Alba. As stated by himself Elio Grasso, in the production of his wine, he tries to stick to old traditions of their ancestors, in particular, the wines are aged in barrels of Slavonian oak. Wine "Gavarini Kinera" was first produced in 1978. Vineyard soil - sand and lime. Wine requires 5-6 years of aging.
Winery Elio Grasso - one of the few established prior to the Second World War. This is a small family estate, the leading story in 1928, has 14 hectares of vineyards in the southern part of Barolo. Three members of the family - Elio, his wife Marina and son Gianluca responsible for all work in the vineyards and cellars. As a consultant, was invited talented oenologist Piero Ballaro. Unique terroir Monforte d'Alba commune hills to obtain wines with fine and thin, but with a huge storage potential. Elio does not base Barolo, and emphasizes the diversity of characteristics of varieties Nebbiolo wines from three separate Cru.