The newest addition to their Barolo stable, from the Coste di Rose vineyard, is characterized by the Tortonian sandstone in the soil, yielding an incredibly high-toned, aromatic and tantalizing Barolo. While it's thought of as a wine for near-term drinking, in my opinion, there's absolutely no rush to guzzle this one right away. It's one I've been gaining quite an affinity for.
Farming: Certified Organic
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