Boroli Barolo Villero Magnum 2003


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Boroli Barolo Villero Magnum has a subtle flowery aroma that gradually opens with spicy scents.


A clear ruby red color.


A full taste denoting a considerable extraction of the fruit, with a fair presence of tasty and sweet tannins. An important wine that will last in time and show its maximum potential on the way.

The vineyards are within the territory of Castiglione Falletto, within the heart of the Langhe and therefore the Barolo area. The exposure is south and South-West; the soil is clayey and calcareous, with a depth on the marl of 1 meter. The rootstock is Kober, with a density of vines of 4500/hectare and an age of 35 years. Fermentation in steel at a controlled temperature for 10/15 days, successive skin submerged-cap maceration for 20/25 days, successive racking, and malolactic fermentation in small barrels at a controlled temperature, then decanting and aging in new small and second passage wooden barrels for no but two years. Then bottling and refinement for no but one year, often for two years.


The wine matches perfectly with various blue and seasoned cheeses, with red meats, rabbit, pheasant, truffles and other typical dishes of the Langhe. Serving temperature: 18 ° C.

Weight 1,0 kg