Wine Fabio Oberto, Dolcetto d'Alba DOC, 2018
Reviews of purchase Fabio Oberto, Dolcetto d'Alba DOC, 2018
Wine rich ruby red color.
The wine shows an elegant, fairly complex taste with good, persistent tannins. Berry and spicy shades are present in the bouquet and give a special charm long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine deep, complex, gradually reveals intense notes of ripe red and black fruit, fresh pastries and coffee.
Wine perfectly complements meat dishes, game and lamb, grilled.
Gianni Gagliardo, Barolo - one of the most prestigious Italian wines, which is at the top of perfection and rightly awarded the recognition of recognized experts in the world of fine wines.
Dry red wine Barolo are renowned for their strength, intensity, distinct depth and perfect balance, so among the best wines of Italy. Despite the differences in terroir, all wines Barolo retain their key qualities that define their classic style: aroma "tar and roses", a characteristic bright ruby color, which eventually become pomegranate, firm tannins, acidity and relatively high alcohol content.
For the production of Barolo wine using grapes Nebbiolo, which grows on lime-sand soils in the Langhe, in the northwest of Italy. The very name conjures up memories of the grapes parental home among the misty foothills of the western Alps, because "nebbia" Italian for "fog", and the harvest is mainly in foggy October morning. Gather grapes from young vines enough, so wines are comparatively easily. Wine kept in barriques 6 months, and then half a large oak barrels and then further 1 year - bottled.
History Gianni Gagliardo company rooted in the mists of time. In 1847 the family Colla began work in the vineyards in the beautiful Langhe area in Piedmont. Love the vineyards passed down from generation to generation. The representative of the fourth generation of the family Colla - Paolo Colla devoted himself to the creation of "king of wines" - the legendary Barolo. In 1973, his daughter Marivanna Colla married Gianni Gagliardo - a young man with a marked entrepreneurial talent. He was fascinated by vineyards, and together with the father Paolo they have achieved unprecedented success, glorifying Barolo worldwide. In the first years of the new millennium, the sixth generation of the family Gallardo joined forces to promote and growth of the family business. Gallardo's sons - Stefano, Alberto and Paolo, inherited a passion for vineyards and entrepreneurial winemakers continue writing the best pages in the history of the family Gagliardo. The eldest son Stefano, a great oenologist, took under his responsibility distinctive style wines, keeping their elegance, balance and harmony. His brother Alberto pays special attention to the beautiful vineyards, supporting their growth and taking care of the maturation of the crop. Paolo, the youngest son, a post-doctoral thesis on agriculture, all his energy directed to the commercial growth and development of the company.
The winery La Collina di Dioniso was created as a result of the "branch" of Andrea Oberto's son, Fabio, from the family company Andrea Oberto . Successful and fruitful cooperation between Andrea and Fabio lasted more than 22 years. Today the son is full of strength, professional experience and determination to start developing his own winemaking project - "La Collina di Dioniso".
The name of the company (in Italian, "Hills of Dionysus") refers to the Italian wine region of Lange, which is well known for its gentle hills and magnificent terroiric wines. Dionysus - the ancient Greek god of winemaking, fun, inspiration and sacred insanity - is called upon to help in the successful conduct of business. After all, despite the high skill and experience of professionals, everyone needs a bit of luck when they embark on a dangerous voyage of modern business.
The company logo was designed by the artist Francesco Muzante. The concept of the logo was to create a recognizable codification of the brand, visualize the values and priorities of the winery. So there was an image of modern Dionysus in a top hat and jacket with a well-read ancient Greek profile and almond-shaped eyes, which holds in his hands a full cup of magnificent Italian wine.