Saglietti Barolo Brunate 2006
Complex and ethereal, the fresh fruit of the first months takes a spicy fragrance during its evolution.
Garnet-red with ruby nuances which become more and more orangey over the years.
Brunate is the name of a south-facing subzone of La Morra, 350 metres above sea level. The soil is tufaceous, loamy and chalky, mixed with sand. There is a fifty years old vineyard from which we get a full-bodied, well-balanced, complete wine that improves in the course of time. This Barolo has a strong, complex fragrance with a hint of spices and woodland.
Red meat dishes and particularly aromatic food, as truffle specialities, is an absolute idyll. But it could also be appreciated as a meditation wine or in occasions of conviviality.