Wine Vietti, Barolo Castiglione DOCG, 2005
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Wine pale ruby color with garnet hue.
The wine has an elegant, perfectly balanced taste with a rich, strong tannins, refreshing acidity and a long finish.
The wine has an intense aroma with rich notes of ripe cherries and complex hints of spice, tea leaves and rose petals.
The wine goes well with stews (especially the heart), game, roasted red meats and spicy cheeses.
Among other Houses Piedmont winery "Vietti" gained worldwide fame thanks to the excellent quality of its wines. Vineyards farms are located in four zones: Castiglione Falletto, Monforte, Barolo and Novello. The average age of the vines - 35 years, planting density of vines - 4800 vines / ha, the shape of the bush: Guyot.
Vietti was one of the first farms, who started producing Barolo from a separate area, paying great attention to the vineyard and the quality of the raw material, which was made possible by careful work all year round: even green fee is carried out gradually, by removing clusters of berries with and without damaging the plant itself .
Nuts depicted on the label Castiglione were invented Gianni Gallo. Their strong shells warn of powerful tannins and a rigid structure of wine, which continues at a steady finish. The manufacturing process begins with Barolo Castiglione mild crushing, followed by 15 days maceration is carried out simultaneously with the fermentation, with daily remontazhem. Grapes from different vineyards vinified separately to highlight the characteristics peculiar to each terroir.