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“Bric” means the “top of a hill” in the local dialect and “liun” means “lion”. The splendid position produces grapes of excellent quality, and low production due to green harvesting, overmaturing in the vineyard, drying in small boxes in the open air and a bit of noble rot (botrytis) transform the grapes into a well concentrated, captivating nectar with...
The denomination “Barolo Chinato” is allowed for the production of aromatized wines with Barolo d.o.c.g. as the base. The origins of this wine belong to the history of Barolo itself and provide a glimpse into the lively reality of the production of Barolo at the end of the 1800’s.
In the mouth, the bitter impact of china is well balanced from sugar and alcohol. The product is a continuous succession of flavors, which ends with an appealing bitterness. Barolo Chinato can be considered a great after-dinner and it goes well with chocolate desserts
Piedmont at the end of the nineteenth century as a fortifying elixir, it is prepared after the original recipe. An infusion of cinchona bark together with twenty-seven spices and herbs is added to a basis of Barolo aged three years. Excellent igestive, even more charming with dark chocolate (70- 80% cocoa). The wine for thought. Alcohol 16.5% by vol
An extraordinary meditation wine, it's the ideal companion while reading a book or listening to music. We reccomend it as sweet ending of an elegant dinner as well as your first date. Its fragrant sweetness makes it a perfect partner for blue cheeses and foie gras. We also recommend it with ricotta-filled desserts or gianduia chocolate