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Roccalini Barbaresco 2020

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Barbaresco Roccalini is a red wine produced by Cascina Roccalini in Barbaresco, Langhe, and made from pure Nebbiolo grapes. Manual harvesting and spontaneous fermentation in cement by indigenous yeasts, using the submerged cap technique. After 3 months it is racked into oak barrels for 18 months, and then bottled with minimal intervention. Barbaresco Roccalini is a riot of underwood scents on the nose, including floral notes and jammy red and dark fruits, then hazelnut and finally earthy and spicy notes. In the mouth it is elegant and velvety, fresh and long. Goes well with a nice truffle beef tagliata.

Manufacturer: Cascina Roccalini

🍾 Barbaresco

🖼️ Barbaresco, Langhe, Piedmont

🏡 Cascina Roccalini

🍇 Nebbiolo 100%

📅 2020

🌡️ 14.5%

🍷 Red Wine

🛁 Indigenous yeasts and spontaneous fermentation in cement with submerged cap until late December. It then matures in oak barrels for 18 months. It is then bottled without clarification or filtration.

👃🏻 Nose of rose and violet, red fruits such as cherry, almost under spirits, then undergrowth, hazelnut, mineral returns and spicy puffs

👅 A bomb, great structure with velvety tannins and lots of elegance. The sip is always fresh and the finish pleasantly long

👍🏻 Serving temperature 18°-20°.

💕 Sliced beef with white truffle

😍 A great Barbaresco, made the old-fashioned way

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Barbaresco, Langhe, Piedmont

Cascina Roccalini is located in Barbaresco in the heart of the Langhe, spread over almost 5 hectares of vineyards. The owner is the young Paolo Vaglio, a farmer since he was 14 years old and now a proud Nebbiolo producer.

Until 2004 Paolo produced grapes that were then given to Bruno Giacosa; since 2005 he decided to try his luck on his own, and the facts are giving him reasons to sell.

The winery's approach is absolutely natural and the style is refined. Over the years, the ancient technique of the submerged cap has been dusted off for the vinification of Barbaresco, which gives the wines more structure.

In 2011 also comes the first Riserva

 

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