Wine Mauro Molino, Barolo Gallinotto DOCG, 2005
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Reviews of purchase Mauro Molino, Barolo Gallinotto DOCG, 2005
Wine garnet color with reddish reflections.
The wine has a soft, velvety texture with rounded tannins. Complex taste reveals tones of ripe fruit, spices and oak nuances.
Complex, fragrant wine envelops the tones of ripe fruit, licorice and oak.
The wine goes well with red meat and poultry on the grill, steak, roast beef, pasta stuffed with meat, as well as dishes with spicy sauce, salami and mature cheeses, such as Toma and Fontina.
Try a great Barolo Galinotto 2005, which is located at the peak of ripeness and was awarded the highest ratings in the 91-92 points such wine critics with a worldwide reputation as Robert Parker, Wine Spectator and Stephen Tanzer.
Founded in 1953, the winery Mauro Molino is located near the ancient abbey of San Martino di Martsenasko in the tiny hamlet of Annunziata. To date, the company owns two of the most famous cru - Vigna Conca and Vigna Gancia, where since 1200 the cultivation of grapes engaged the monks. Also Molino family owns vineyards in Gallinotto and Gattere, where grapes are grown for traditional Italian wine Barollo and Barbera. After the death in 1978 Giuseppe Molino company headed by his son Mauro, who was educated at the prestigious enologist Institute in Alba. Due to the extensive experience gained over the years of study and work in various estates in northern Italy, he led the company to a new wine, a higher level of quality. The company's philosophy is based on a clever combination of the latest research in the field of wine and traditional technologies. As a result of this approach is the wine of the company for several years gained recognition at the international level and today are available in more than thirty countries around the world.