The Prunotto soils are of an age attributable to the Tortonian - Messinian period, particularly rich in calcareous clays and elements such as magnesium and manganese.
One of its main characteristics is certainly the complex and ample scent with hints of violets and undergrowth. The taste is full and velvety, very well balanced.
- It goes very well with meat dishes, wild game meat and cheese.
- Place of manufacturing
- Monforte d'Alba (CN)
- Garnet red color.
- 24 months in oak barrels of 27, 55 and 77 Hl.
- Maceration lasted about 15 days at a maximum temperature of 30°C.
- Keep in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight
- Glass bottle
- Service Temperature
- 75 cl
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