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Barolo Annunziata

Item number: VFR02222 2012750
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Vintage: 2012

Denomination: Barolo DOCG

Grapes: Nebbiolo

Alcohol: 14 %

Format: 0,75 l

Type: Rosso

Region: Piedmont

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Important occasion

Pairing: Red meats

Allergens: Solfiti

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TASTING NOTES

Made up of about three hectares of vineyards arranged around La Morra, Cavalier Lorenzo Accomasso's winery is still run by the family. Its wines are produced through long macerations on the skins for more than 40 days, followed by ageing for many months. Cavaliere Lorenzo Accomasso's Barolo Riserva Annunziata is a legendary Langhe wine, made in the hamlet of Annunziata La Morra and aged for more than 5 years in wooden barrels. Barolo Annunziata colours the glass a garnet red with orange reflections. This wine delivers hints of leather, tobacco, cherry jam and the enveloping tones of violets. Liquorice meets iron and pine needles in the damp undergrowth. Ample, structured, almost textural in body. Tannin surrounds and consolidates the structure, with intensity and class. This wine develops on the palate, filling the heart with every sip. Long on the finish and persistent on the palate. Perfect for pairing with mature cheeses or meat lasagne. Read more Read less
THE WINERY

Cavalier Lorenzo Accomasso

Cavalier Lorenzo Accomasso's winery is a family-run business, managed by Lorenzo and his sister Elena, the first woman of wine in La Morra, who passed away recently. The winery dates back to around the 1970s when Lorenzo pruned the vines in secret from his mother, throwing away the first bunches of grapes while they were still green, she who had worked hard on those hills so that the shoots were full of grapes. The public release of the first bottle of wine dates back to September 1966: the first label of Barolo 1958, the year of the first vinification, appeared in the wine show. Lorenzo Accomasso's estate has a little more than three hectares of vineyards in the short radius around the house and winery. With a young and extremely ambitious soul, the winery is known for the production of old Barolo wines that rest for a long time, and only after Lorenzo's ascertainment do they go into the bottle, on average a year later than other producers. Wines that come from long macerations of forty days, as his father Giovanni had taught him, and mature slowly ready for the most arduous challenges. Name and address of producer/distributor: Cavalier Accomasso Lorenzo - Borgata Pozzo 32, Frazione Annunziata - La Morra (CN). Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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