Francesco Rinaldi - Barolo 'Cannubi' DOCG 2015

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This wine comes from the vineyards of “Cannubbio”. Cannubbio is the more powerful of the two Barolo crus – its tannins are a little more prominent, its flavors exhibit a bit more mushroom and earth, and it ages more slowly. Thus it’s a good candidate for cellaring, although in most vintages the wine is approachable upon release, especially after decanting.


Appellation: Barolo DOCG

Type: Red, dry

Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo (Michet and Lampia)

Wine Details:

Tasting Notes:

Dark red fruit, flowers and spices come together in this round, caressing Barolo.
Color:  Garnet red color with orange hues.
Bouquet:  Spicy aromas with notes of cocoa.
Taste:  In the mouth is full and round with well defined yet supple tannins that leave the palate clean with a long aromatic persistence.
Food Pairings: Wild game, red meat dishes and aged cheese


Vinyard Notes:

Production Area: Barolo, (Cannubi Boschis and Cannubi) in Cuneo, Piemonte
Planting System: Guyot 
Planting Year:  1969 - 1990
Vineyard:  2.4 hectares at 900 feet above sea level on a south, southeastern exposure. 
Soil: Clayey with a mix of blue marl, tuff and sand. This soil is also called Tortonian and it allows for great drainage.
Harvest: Middle of October
Yield: 3.5 tons per acre


Winemaking Notes:

Vinification: A prolonged fermentation of 25-30 days in stainless steel tanks and periodic pump-overs.
Aging: in Slavonian oak barrels of medium and large capacity (20 – 50 Hl) for at least 3 years and another year in the bottle.
Total Production: 10,000  bottles

 

 

 

 

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