Barolo is commonly referred to as “The King of Italian Wine” (and Barbaresco as ‘The Queen’), a noble wine now appreciated all over the world for its uniqueness and its close connection with the eleven distinct wine municipalities in which its production is allowed.
Aged in oak for 36 months, and a further 6 months in bottle for refinement, this Barolo D.O.C.G from Cascina Ghercina is ethereal and precious. Its notes of ripe red fruits and liquorice resonate in the glass as an orchestral symphony, enveloping and warm, soft and elegant.
If this elegant drop was aged in the cellar for a few more years, or if poured and left to rest (decanted or simply left to breathe in the glass), it continues its evolution and with each sip it is a new discovery, a new emotion.
If you want to try a truly special wine, grab a few bottles to win over any friend or lover AND make sure you put a few in the cellar for your own private collection.