Ripe fruit aromas are accompanied by tones of spices and tobacco.
The original garnet color develops orange reflections as it matures.
With time, the tannins evolve, becoming softer and rounder. Slow aging increases the longevity and complexity of the Francesco Rinaldi Barolo Cannubi Riserva.
Produced only in the very finest vintage years, we carefully select the grape clusters that ripen in the highest parts of the vineyard. Slow fermentation of 25 – 30 days is followed by aging for three years in Slavonian oak barrels. Before being released on the market, the wine is further refined until the sixth year after the harvest.
Vineyards is in the municipality of Barolo and planted from 1967 to 1990.
This historical vineyard, among the most esteemed in the Barolo area, features a mixture of Tortonian and Helvetian soils from different geological eras, imparting a unique complexity and richness to the soil. The high sand content gives the wine an intense bouquet which is fruity when it is young, but which develops spicier tones as it evolves.
It matches very well with red and braised meat, game and cheese. The suggested serving temperature is 16° – 18°C.