Montaribaldi Barbaresco Piemonte Italy
On the nose is enveloping and rich, with hints of violet and aromas of
cocoa, vanilla and tobacco coming from the oak ageing.
Full body and persistent, Tannins are austere, but neither bitter nor
setting your mouth on edge.
The Nebbiolo is a late-ripening grape varietal. It has to be harvested
between the end of September and the first fifteen days of October.
Once in the winery, grapes are destemmed and crushed
Eventually, after 2 years from the harvest, the Barbaresco DOCG
Sorì Montaribaldi is bottled and, after at least 6 months of storage
in our cellar, it is ready to be marketed.
Food Pairing Barbaresco pairs best with rich and meaty dishes that feature earthy and smoky flavours such as braised short ribs, prime rib roast, veal chops, duck in a mushroom sauce, venison stew, hearty pasta, and Osso Buco.