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Wine Barolo Rocche DOCG, 2006

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Tasting Notes

Color

Wine, ruby-red color.

Taste

Wine strikes a perfect balance, structure, velvety tannins and a long, stunning finish.

Aroma

Barolo Roque has a complex, sophisticated and clean flavor that delights notes of red berries, mint petals, spices and undergrowth.

Gastronomy

Wine Barolo Rocche goes well with many dishes of Piedmont cuisine, perfectly suitable for stew meat or fish, poultry, red meat and spicy cheeses.

Interesting Facts

Delicious wine Barolo Rocche is made from selected grapes that grow in the vineyard Rocchi (Grand Cru) in the municipality of Castiglione Falletto. Age of vines over 45 years. Harvested in October, fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks for a month at a temperature of 30-34 ° C with daily remontazhem. Immediately after the alcoholic fermentation, malolactic follows. Rocca Barolo is aged 32 months in Slavonian oak barrels and 4 months in steel tanks, bottled without filtering.
Some of the fans Vietti wines believe that depicted on the labels of images hint of the style of wine, allegedly walnuts in shells warn of strong tannic power and richly textured wine Barolo Rocco. Rating from Piedmont Report: Barolo Rocche 2000 - 91 points, 1999 - 93 points, 1995 - 90 points, 1988 - 93 points, 1985 - 95 points, 1978 - 89 points.


History Vietti winery has its roots in the 19th century. However, only in the early 20th century winery began producing wine in bottles. In 1919, Mario Vietti made the first wine, selling most of its products in Italy. His most significant achievement was the transformation of a large family farm in the winery.
In 1952, Alfredo Kurrado (husband Luciana Vietti, daughter of Mario) continued to produce high quality wines from their own vineyards, as well as purchased grapes. Vietti winery has grown to one of the best wine producers in Piedmont and one of the first to export their wines to the United States. Alfredo was the first who began to produce wines with a separate crew. In those days, the concept was radical in our days almost every winemaker produces Barolo and Barbaresco single vineyard. Alfredo is also called the "father of Arneis", as in 1967, he devoted much time to explore and understand this almost forgotten variety. Today Arneis - is the most famous white wine from the region of Roero. Now this variety is grown even on the west coast of the United States.
Since 1974, some wine Vietti decorated with design work. Each work has been used only once - for a particular vintage wine. Since 1988, the exclusive designer label dedicated only to wines from the vineyard Villero. This idea came Alfredo and his friends one winter evening with a glass of wine. Some of the friends were artists, while tasting they were inspired by color poured into a glass of wine and decided that these great wines deserve unique labels - labels, invented by artists. Has compiled a list of artists and the next day what seemed impracticable beginning to take shape. Complete collection of labels was presented at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City!
Since the 90s joined the family business and children Alfredo Luciano. Today Vietti owns 35 hectares of vineyards. Among other Houses Piedmont winery Vietti acquired worldwide fame thanks to the excellent quality of its wines. House Vietti, as stated in the well-known wine publication Italy Gamberro Rosso, «is and has always been a family wine company specializing in producing various DOC wines and DOCG».

Features

  • Color depth: saturated
  • Body/Saturation: full-bodied
  • Serving temperature: 16-18°С.
  • Website: http://www.vietti.com/
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