Premium selected 100% Nebbiolo grapes sourced from Barolo villages La Morra, Montforte, Serralunga, Barolo and Verduno. Typical for Barolo classico are the effusive aromas of cherries and plum skin and refined tannins. Subtle cranberries, rose and violet petals. Scrubs of salty and meaty flavors, with hints of liquorice dust and rhubarb. Harness introduction to Barolo with sociable character. Total production in 2018 of 26.450 bottles
Nice companion to steak tartare, grilled steak, sweetbreads and beef or veal dishes with mushrooms or truffles. Combine with feathered game, such as partridge, pheasant, wild duck and pigeon or guineafowl and quail. A classic with risotto with porcini or ceps.
About this winery
Piedmont is one of the most fascinating regions in the wine world today. Poderi Gianni Gagliardo is a family winery located in La Morra in Langhe, the heart of Piedmont, a region of rolling vineyards on hills that follow the curves of the Tanaro River south of Alba. La Morra is known as a top appellation for Barolo wines with a fine, floral wine style. Barbera gives juicy, lively reds to drink young and fresh and the indigenous grape, Nebbiolo, is widely praised for its fruit, aromas, and smoky subtlety.
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