Barolo DOCG 2012 Salvano
Awards and honors
Barolo DOCG year is one of the best red wines from Piedmont. Located in Monforte d’Alba region, vineyards are known as Nebbiolo da Barolo. Barolo is made from grapes gathered in October. Bunches are placed in cellar, in red wooden cases. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vessels at a temperature of 28-30°C, then wine is moved in oak barrels, where Barolo will remain for 2 years.
Characteristics of this Barolo wine
This Barolo DOCG, which is considered one of the best Italian wines, presents a red ruby colour with shades that make it full and intense. On the nose this is a fruity wine: tobacco and chocolate fragrances stand up among a variety of notes. It’s a structured and robust wine with a licorice aftertaste. Thanks to all these characteristics bottle aging is excellent: over the years many flavor will rouse.
Recommended pairings while tasting this famous wine from Piedmont
It should be served in a wide crystal glass at a temperature of 18°C. Decantation is suggested two hour before serving to bring out its qualities. It can be paired with grilled or stewed red meat, game meatand aged cheeses.