Barolo Serralunga d'Alba Magnum l 1,5Fontanafredda
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Amount of sulfites: at least 70% less than the extent permitted by law.
Characteristics: The colour is garnet-red with ruby highlights that take on a slightly orange tone over time. It has a clear-cut, intense nose with overtones of vanilla, spices, withered roses and underbrush. The taste is dry, but soft, full-bodied, velvety and well-balanced, and is very long-lasting.
Food Match: Ideal with big red meat dishes and medium or mature cheeses, it can also make for pleasant after-dinner company. Wine Making the fermentation is traditional: medium-long (15 days) in stainless steel vats with a floating cap at a controlled temperature (30-31° C). The must then stays in contact with the skins for further 15 days to optimize the extraction of the polyphenolic substances and help start the subsequent malolactic fermentation.
Serving temperature: 17-18° C
Ageing: one year in barriques from Allier and two year in oak casks still from Allier (2000 lt). After a soft clarification, the wine is bottled for a further period of maturation in the bottle, the lenght depends from the characteristics of the vintages, but never less than 12 months. Shelf-life: The wine will reach its peak 6-8 years after the harvest, but its life can vary considerably depending on the vintage.
What's VINO LIBEROThe Vino Libero project, an association of 13 Italian wineries which includes important brand, was born to meet the needs and expectations of increasingly educated customers. Vino Libero literally translates as ‘free wine’, but in this case it means free from anything which negatively affects the quality of the wine. This project promotes wines that are free from herbicides and fertilizers, and is against pollutant and wasteful packaging.