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Vines Nebbiolo ( %)

Color: Typical bright garnet red with ruby reflections.
Smell: The nose is elegant, intense and complex, with the finest aromas of Barolo Nebbiolo, cherry and delicate spices, flowers and berries.
Taste: Full-bodied, fresh and balanced on the palate, sweet in tannins, harmonious in expression and long in persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for traditional dishes based on red meats and game, roasts, braised meats, dishes with mushrooms, truffles, aged cheeses and cold cuts.

It is the company's classic Barolo, produced for the first time in 1946. It does not have very different characteristics from Sarmassa, because it is partly produced from grapes from the same historic vineyard.

Bottles produced: 6,000.
Production areas: MGA Sarmassa, Vigna Merenda parcel and MGA Terlo, both from the municipality of Barolo.
Vinification: In steel tanks with 30 days maceration.
Aging: For 30 months in 25 hl Slavonian oak barrels.

Scarzello

Founded in the postwar period and always attentive to quality production, in the last decade the company has managed to take a new step in growth and improvement. Today 25,000 bottles are produced, obtained from 5.5 hectares of vineyards in organic viticulture and divided into only 4 labels; fine and stylish wines, typical of the municipality of Barolo, precise and with attention to detail. Passion and talent: these are the best qualities of Federico Scarzello, who for some years has been leading the small but important Barolo winery with his mum and dad. His hand is precise and follows the dictates of the most classic Albese tradition, the result of scrupulous work in the vineyard, vinification with long maceration and the use of large barrels. Success is there for all to see, and it does not arise by chance, but is the result of experience, sensitivity and respect for the territory. Wines of great finesse, for true enthusiasts.

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