Barolo del Comune di La Morra


La Morra is among the first Barolo production municipalities both in terms of the area under vine and within the denomination. The land and many of the prestigious vineyards are associated with a style that makes elegance and refinement a hallmark of this unique terroir. The eastern side – “Santa Maria di La Morra” – compared to the western side, is characterized by vineyards with more steep slopes, where the most prestigious wineries are located.

Color: ruby red, with orange shades, that will turn garnet with age. Aroma: notes of violet, rose petals and rosehip are present. With bottle refinement, the secondary organoleptic aromas will lead to tertiary notes of spices, black mature fruit, leather and tar. Palate: fine notes of mature fruits, dried violets, velvety tannins, firm acidity and long finish. 
Wine – pairing: excellent with roast and game; main dishes with mushrooms, truffles and seasoned cheeses. Excellent with dry pastries and chocolate. 
Serving Temperature: 16 – 18 °C.

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