Wine Vigna Rionda, "Massolino" Parussi, Barolo DOCG, 2012
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Reviews of purchase Vigna Rionda, "Massolino" Parussi, Barolo DOCG, 2012
Wine of deep red-pomegranate color.
The wine has a well-structured, delicately spicy taste with a predominance of fruit notes, halftones of spices on the background of exquisite tannin. An amazingly long, soft, harmonious aftertaste.
The enveloping, rich and deep aroma of wine is full of intense accents of ripe fruit, spicy sandalwood strokes, nuances of sweet spices, tobacco and leather.
Wine blends well with Mediterranean cuisine, stewed meat, game and aged cheeses.
Red dry Vigna Rionda, "Massolino" Parussi, Barolo DOCG is the first Barolo created from the cult of the cult of Nebrbiolo, grown outside the Serralunga commune. Vineyards are located in another fantastic region - Castiglione Falletto. Clay and sandy soils predominate in the soils, which affects the flexible structure and elegant tannin of the wine. Harvest is harvested in the second half of October, the average age of used vines is 40 years.
In the process of vinification, maceration and fermentation are carried out for 15-20 days. The wine is aged in oak barrels for 30 months, after which Mussolino, Parussi is placed in bottles, which are stored for about a year in the dark cellars of the winery.
Vigna Rionda - a family enterprise of the brothers Massolino, originating back in 1896, the cord was the founder of the family business, Giovanni, built his own winery in one of the most picturesque villages of Italy - Serralunga d'Alba (Piedmont). His son Giuseppe, together with his sister, Angela, greatly expanded and enlarged the production capacity of the farm. Since the early nineties of the twentieth century, the family business is managed by the grandchildren Giuseppe - Franco and Roberto, being a new and ambitious generation of winemakers. Vineyards of the economy cover 23 hectares of land, and all products are created by a single production chain: from the vine to the bottle of quality wine!