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Barolo Bussia Riserva 90 DÌ DOCG 2012

67.90 €

(1 l = 90.53 €)
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Description

Barolo Bussia Riserva 90 DÌ DOCG 2012 / Giacomo Fenocchio / Piedmont

Red wine from Italy

The color of the Barolo Riserva Bussia 90 di' is a deep garnet red with orange reflections. Intense aromas, typical of Nebbiolo, of rose, truffle and leather. On the palate there are notes of black cherries, truffles, spices, and notes of aromatic herbs. Subtle and velvety tannin structure with considerable depth and complexity. The endurance is pleasantly long.

General properties

  • Vintage: 2012
  • Ageing: Trocken
  • Country: Italy
  • Region: Piedmont
  • Volume: 0,75 liters

Detailed properties

  • Producer and bottler: Giacomo Fenocchio - Loc. Bussia 72 - 12065 Monforte d'Alba (CN) - Italia - +39 0173 78675
  • Quality Designation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG)
  • Grape: 100% Nebbiolo (Varieties Michet and Rosè). Area of production is Monforte d'Alba - Sottozona Bussia.
  • Vineyards area: 5 hectare
  • Exposition: South - South/West
  • Altimetry: Hilly area at 300m above the sea-level.
  • Soil: Helvetian with clayey and calcareus sediments, rich in iron.
  • Age of the vineyards: 30 years.
  • Grape yield per hectare: 70 quintals.
  • Harvest: Mid October.
  • Vinification: Traditional method: natural fermentation without added yeasts in stainless steel tanks. Ancient technique of splinting or submerging the cap until 90 days. This process allows for an elegant transfer of the wine as it retains some of the noble elements found in the skins.
  • Ageing: Six months in stainless steel tanks, four years in large capacity Slavonian oak casks (35-50 hl) and a successive refinement in the bottle Production: 4.000 bottles a year.
  • Sensory characteristics: Intense scents tipical of nebbiolo, rose, truffles, leather. The palate shows hints of black cherry, truffles, spices and notes of aromatic herbs. Texture subtle and velvety tannins with a remarkable depth and complexity. Persistence is pleasantly long.
  • Color: Deep garnet red with orange reflections.
  • Alcohol content: From 14 to 15 % Vol.
  • Total acidity: From 5,3 to 5,7 g/l
  • Stopper: Natural cork
  • How to serve: The Barolo Riserva pairs well with dishes of red meat, game and aged cheeses, which are typical of the local cuisine, as well as with many rich international dishes. The recommended serving temperature is 18-20 degrees, open the bottle a few hours before serving and pour into a carafe.
  • Recommended serving temperature: Between 18 and 20°C. The Barolo should definitely be decanted prior to consumption.
  • Allergens: Contains sulfites
  • Scope of supply: 1 bottle of wine 0.75 liters
  • Awards: Bibenda 2019: 4 Vines; Gambero Rosso 2019: 3 Glasses; Guida Essenziale ai Vini d'Italia: 96 Points; In Vini di Veronelli 2019: 91 Points; Vitae La Guida Vini 2019: 4 Stars

Grape variety

NEBBIOLO

The red grape Nebbiolo comes from the Italian region of Piedmont and delivers tannic, expressive wines that need to mature long. The name is derived from "nebbia" which means fog and points to the white coating on the berries, which forms when fully ripe. This vine was probably grown since ancient times in the hills of Monferrato and the Langhe, and is already mentioned in writings of the 13th century. The Nebbiolo is one of the most demanding grape varieties, concerning the floor and location. It grows almost exclusively on calcareous marl and absolutely requires steep south and southwest positions.


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