Wine Paesi Tuoi, Barolo DOCG, 2007
Wine rich garnet color, which after a few years of aging in the bottle becomes brick shades.
The wine has a full, perfectly balanced, smooth taste and aftertaste.
Delicate aroma of the wine is filled with notes of violets, jam and coffee.
The wine goes well with dishes of lamb, veal and game.
"Paesi Tuoi" - is a rich, thick Italian wine made from Nebbiolo grapes which are grown in the two known areas of Piedmont. On the one hand - it Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga, Monforte of which produce great wines of Barolo, with excellent character and structure. On the other - Barolo, La Morra, Verduno more aromatic and elegant wines.
The process of wine production "Paesi Tuoi" very tightly controlled, adhering to traditions and rules for Barolo. Fermentation lasts for 20-25 days at a controlled temperature of 30 ° C to saturate the wine tannins, which are necessary for the formation of structure, generosity and capacity to Slow. The wine is then placed in large oak casks to mature for a minimum period of 2 years, and then kept at least a year in the bottle in which the drink gets the perfect balance. As a result, only 4 years after harvest wine leaves the winery cellar. Storage capacity "Paesi Tuoi" is at least 10-15 years.
Barolo "Paese Tuoi" refers to a series of wines whose names are somehow inspired by the works of the XX century Italian writer Cesare Pavese, who devoted their creations severe postwar life of Piedmont. The name of the wine "Paese Tuoi" comes from the title of the book "Moglie e buoi dei paesi tuoi". This national Italian proverb in the literary means "my wife and do not take the bull from afar."
Agriculture Terre Da Vino - one of the most unusual associations in the Italian Piedmont, because it is a cooperative of 14 large and small wine producers. Founded in 1980, today Terre Da Vino takes about 3900 hectares of land on which to grow grapes DOC wines and DOCG. The significance of the economy allows to involve major specialist agronomists and enologists. So, vineyards Terre Da Vino specialists supervise agricultural branch of the University of Turin and the Piedmont Association of winemakers.