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Herbaceous notes of flowers and red fruits of the undergrowth, you can hear currants, blueberries and a hint of licorice ... dry and full-bodied, the palate appreciates its tannic structure.

From Riesling, Durella and Garganega grapes. On the nose it is expressed with floral and citrus notes which are combined with fascinating hints of aromatic herbs.

It reveals an exceptional power and intensity, a disruptive hint of white fruit and citrus fruit blends with floral and flint notes. The fascinating union between consistency and purity creates an irresistible marriage. The white fruits, the flowers and the ardeisa stand out, but the Blanc de Blancs stands out above all for its structure and precision.

It takes the name of the house being a selection of more vineyards around the company. Traditional typology that follows the Piedmontese philosophy of aging in large Slavonian oak barrels of 2500 L where it rests for two years. Wine that plays on elegance and fruit.

Ruby red color, hints of dried fruit and spices for a rich and full-bodied palate, round on the palate. Notes of tea, ginger and red fruits. a perfect wine for grilled meat, elaborate sauces and game.

The color is bright and intense ruby ​​red, the liveliness makes it particularly pleasant and inviting. The very fine olfactory sensations grow slowly providing first fruity nuances of blackberry and cooked plum and subsequently vinous, fermentation, typical of Barbera, with a just aromatic contribution of the wood.

Color: Intense ruby ​​red.

Aroma: Jam of small red fruits, raspberry and notes of currant, mixed with bitter chocolate and undergrowth.

Taste: Long and soft with an enveloping and harmonious tannic, good and balanced acidity typical of Barbera.

"Vigna del Salice" is obtained from the pressing of Barbera d'Asti grapes coming from the oldest vines owned by the company, of high hills, facing south-east, where the vocation for the Barbera vine is higher.

The vinification of Barolo Gavarini Chiniera involves alcoholic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, with daily pumping over. Once malolactic fermentation has taken place, the wine is aged in 25 hectolitre Slavonian oak barrels. After bottling, the Barolo Gavarini Chiniera rests in the cellar for 8-10 months before being sold.

Garnet red color with orange reflections. On the nose it is intense, complex with spicy and fruity notes. In the mouth it is full and elegant.

Barolo Etichetta Blu is a celebratory edition, dedicated to a wine produced only in particular years.
It is a Barolo destined to remember in time the taste and the peculiar characteristics of a thousandth: after 2002 and 2005, now it is the turn of 2014.

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It is intense, ethereal but full and robust, of a garnet red color with orange reflections that become more evident with aging: a complex, harmonious and fascinating wine that continues to evolve showing new facets.