Barolo "Palas" DOCG MICHELE CHIARLO
|Winery headquarter||MICHELE CHIARLO - Calamandrana (AT) - Strada Nizza-Canelli, 99|
|Bottle size||Standard bottle|
|Combination||Cold cuts and salami, Roast meat, Meat and game stew, Scallops with mushrooms, Saffron risotto, Hard cheese, Braised beef in Barolo, Mixed boiled meat|
|Style||Full-bodied and intense|
The grape variety chosen for this sensational traditional Italian wine is Nebbiolo which comes from Piedmont, from the area of Monforte, Verduno, La Morra. Harvest by hand. Vinification takes place in steel tanks. 13/14 days of maceration in contact with the skins and soft wetting of the cap with the "shower" system at a temperature between 32 and 27 ° C. Malolactic fermentation in steel. Finally the refinement which develops for a at least 3 years, it ages for 24 months in large barrels before refining in the bottle.
Barolo Palas DOCG Michele Chiarlo’s features
A garnet red color with bright reflections. The scent on the nose is varied, first fruity then spicy. The taste is full-bodied, structured, with a well-balanced acidity and a moderately persistent finish.
Suggested food pairings while tasting this Barolo Palas DOCG Michele Chiarlo
Try it with tasty first and second courses; perfect with aged cheeses or a good grilled fillet of beef. The serving temperature is 18 ° C.