Giovanni Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra 2016
Maceration at variable temperature between 25 and 30 ° C. After racking, passage in steel for precipitation of the bottoms and end of fermentation of sugars and malolactic fermentation. After that it is placed in small used French oak wood and remains there for 2 years. After this time it is assembled in steel where it remains for 6 months, at the end of which it is bottled and left to refine for a year before being put on the market.
Intense garnet red wine. Bouquet of violet and dried rose, accompanied by notes of undergrowth, herbaceous fragrances and jams, spices and licorice. In the mouth it has a good volume, it is pleasantly balanced, with tannins still pounding and a nice savory persistence.
Giuliano Corino's 2016 Barolo del Comune di La Morra is soft, perfumed and silky - all qualities that make it easy to drink and enjoy this upon release. Kirsch, sweet spice and wild flowers give this mid-weight La Morra Barolo a good bit of raciness. The Barolo is a blend of sites in La Morra's Annunziata district. This is such a classy wine, and a standout in its peer group.