Barolo Riserva DOCG – The Vinum
The Vinum has also a passion for art in its DNA. He has decided to create for the CellarVerse Community some bottles, of its best vintages, painted individually by hand, making each one a unique work of art.
Barolo Riserva 2010 is an important Barolo with its deep garnet red color, lively, bright, with light orange highlights. Very complex aromas, initially intriguing notes of rose and violet, opens to notes of tobacco, truffles and coffee to the end with an explosion of spices and a subtle vanilla aroma and terroir. In the mouth it is perfectly balanced, robust, with a long and elegant finish. For the vinification, The Vinum select the best grapes and the fermentation at controlled temperature happens for 10-15 days.
Aging: At least five years in big Slavonian oak barrels, following by not less than 2 years in the bottle.
Awards: 92 Points JAMES SUCKLING
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The Vinum is an Italian family winery, organic certified, with vineyards in Abruzzo, Tuscany, and Piedmont.
We aim to promote high-quality production with attention and respect for the environment and the territory. Sustainable farming and the latest winemaking techniques make our products excellence of “Made in Italy”.
We think that the quality of a wine is determined in the vineyard and for this reason we have worked over the years to conserve and promote soil fertility, cultivating native clones and preserving historical varieties at risk of extinction, respecting biodiversity and the territory.
The connection with the territory and our history, among with a constant attention to innovation, distinguishes our cellar.
Our goal is to create wines capable to recount history, but above all to enthuse you at the first sip!
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