Bric Cenciurio – Barolo Coste di Rose – 2016
Coste di Rose cru in the commune of Barolo, is a vineyard with a southeastern exposure with more clayey soils and plants about 40 years old. The result is a super fragrant wine of Rose and fresh but well integrated tannins, in short the classic Barolo of Barolo. In 2016, the vintage of the century, the winery managed to produce an amazingly elegant and balanced wine, so much so that it is already fantastic to drink now, but obviously with a longevity of over 20 years.
- Producer: Bric Cenciurio
- Name: Barolo Coste di Rose
- Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
- Vintage: 2016
- Alcohol Content: 14,5%
- Bottle Size: 750ml
- Production: 5000 bottles
Productive Notes: fermentation and maceration for 30-40 days. Aged for 2 years in large oak barrels, plus six months in steel tanks, the wine rests another year in bottle.
Wine naturally contains solphites
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The winery is located in the heart of Langhe, in the village of Barolo to be precise, the typical Piedmontese name makes us understand how much the family is tied to the territory and this is also found in their wines.
They own 13 hectares located in three municipalities between Langhe and Roero: Barolo, Castellinaldo and Magliano Alfieri. Technology and traditional methods are the basic principles of the winery which still follows the phases of the moon during racking and bottling in order to get the most out of grapes.
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