Wine Luciano Sandrone, "Le Vigne", Barolo DOCG, 1999
Wine beautiful ruby-garnet color.
Soft, beautiful, fresh wine with a complex, intense, warm fruit flavors, hints of spice riddled with rounded tannins and a long finish breathtaking.
The aroma of wine interesting, intense and clean, with cherry, blueberry and plum intonations faceted hints of spices, licorice, tobacco and cocoa.
Wine is perfect for traditional dishes of Piedmont. Especially with meat, roasted over charcoal and white truffles. Also, perfect for red meat and various meat dishes.
The harvest in 1999 was harvested later than expected according to forecasts - 2-21 October. But, despite this, the year was characterized by a great production cycle. Berries from each vineyard vinified separately. Maceration lasted 24 to 36 hours, alcohol fermentation - 6-9 days in steel tanks. Wine for two years aged in oak barrels with a capacity of 500 liters. After bottling in December 2001, exposure lasted for 18 months. In 1999, it produced about 15,000 bottles of "Le Vigne".
Winery Sandrone Luciano (Luciano Sandrone) was founded in 1978. The idea of creating the perfect wine from grapes Nebiollo - Best of zones Lange and Barolo - cultivated here since the beginning. The first successful wines have become "Cannubi Boschis", Barbera D'Alba and Dolcetto d'Alba - it is with them Sandrone economy came to the world market, starting with the United States and Switzerland. Since wine Sandrone - solid, clean and expressive - consistently received critical acclaim as the best examples of a combination of traditional winemaking techniques and the latest technology.