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Barolo 2007

Sorelle di Nicola Feyles

Traditional extended maceration. Fermentation on wild yeast takes up to 30 days, at room temperature and in steel vats, with remontage to break up the submerged cap. After the natural clarification, refinement lasts for about 24 months in Slavonian oak barrels of medium capacity (30-50hl). The wine is then bottled and continues ageing for more than 24 months before commercialization. The wine is neither filtered nor fined; a thin sediment is possible and decanting is recommended. Extremely clear, garnet red with orange reflections. Nose of undergrowth, definitely intense. Palate is full-bodied, elegant, with black berries, rose pedals, and tar with a long finish. Pair with Lamb and beef dishes, stews, game and aged cheese

Country:
Italy
Region:
Piedmont
Appellation/ava:
Barolo Riserva DOCG
Vineyard designation:
Serra
Vintage:
2007
Wine type:
Red
Grape:
100% Nebbiolo
Size:
750 mL

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Aging:
Slavonian oak barrels (24 months); bottle aged (24 months)
Malolactic fermentation:
Yes
Viticulture:
Organic
Alcohol percentage:
14
Closure:
Cork

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