Wine Borgogno, Barolo Riserva DOCG, 1982, gift box
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Reviews of purchase Borgogno, Barolo Riserva DOCG, 1982, gift box
Wine rich garnet color with reddish-orange glow.
This wine is harmonious, dry, expressive, velvety taste and a very generous, bright acidity and sweeping pleasant aftertaste that lasts about two minutes. The taste of wine is woven from the nuances of plums, cherries, black licorice, caramel and minerals.
Rich aroma of wine abounds nuances of fresh juicy fruits with dominant ripe plums and cherries, hints of figs and polished limestone.
The wine goes well with red meat, roasted meat, grilled meat and game.
Wine Barolo Riserva DOCG 1982 made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in different vineyards in Barolo at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level with a southern exposure. The vineyards are located on clay-limestone soils. Age of vines varies from 5 to 40 years.
Traditional fermentation was carried out under strictly controlled temperature of 23-25 ° C for 10-20 days, then the wine is aged in Slavonian oak barrels for 3 years. After bottling of dark glass wine matures in a cool cellar of the winery at least 2 years. Before use, it is recommended to decant the wine.
Name of winery "Giacomo Borgono" was first mentioned in official documents in 1848, but judging by the family chronicle winery was founded by Bartolomeo Borgono in 1671. Sacred Tradition Home "Giacomo Borgono" - leaving most of the wines of the best vintages for further maturation in the cellars of the winery. Over the years, they get a great flavor and exceptional balanced roundness. Each bottle must be checked before the wine gets to the consumer.
Vineyards "Giacomo Borgogno & Figli", the total area of 40 hectares, located on the top four areas of Barolo appellation: Kannubi, sheet, Fossati and San Pietro. The vineyards are grown mostly local grape varieties: Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera. Despite the fact that this small farm, excellent quality wines earned him worldwide recognition and fame. Wine "Giacomo Borgono and Fili" repeatedly chosen for diplomatic banquets: they served at the celebration of the unification of Italy in 1861, and during the official visit of the Russian Tsar Nicholas II.