UNDERSTANDING BAROLO WITH SANDRONE
In this box we wanted to summarize one of the wines that best represent Piedmont expressed through the vision of a producer who in this land has its roots in its traditions: Barolo Aleste 2014 and Barolo Le Vigne 2014.
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Cantina Sandrone was founded in the 70s in a garage, in the garage of the house precisely, and since then the leitmotif of the family philosophy is the search for quality, a quality that from a small garage to the large estate of today has been pursued with dedication and commitment in the same way.
3 autochthonous vines produce 5 red wines with extraordinary organoleptic qualities: 2 variants of Barolo, a Nebbiolo d'Alba, a Barbera d'Alba and a Dolcetto d'Alba.
WHAT IT CONTAINS:
Barolo Aleste 2014: the natural continuity of the first Sandrone wine.
It represents the natural continuity of the first wine produced by the founder Luciano Sandrone, the Cannubi Boschis, produced in early 1985 and perfected over time until today.
It is a Barolo DOCG 100% Nebbiolo with spontaneous fermentation in open steel vats, malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels and aging in bottle for 18 months.
Full-bodied, complex with hints of oriental spices, oak, black fruits and floral tones of rose petals and hibiscus.
Dark cherries and black raspberries on the palate, palpable volume and tannins well marked by the freshness of the acidity.
Barolo Le Vigne 2014: the ancient art of blending.
The Barolo DOCG Le vigne 2014 interprets the ancient and skilful tradition of blending Langhe and Barolo.
Made exclusively from indigenous yeasts, it is a Barolo made from 4 selected vineyards, harvested, vinified and aged separately, hosted by terroirs at different altitudes and different organoleptic compositions for a perfect representation of this territory.
Barolo DOCG 100% Nebbiolo with spontaneous fermentation in open steel vats, malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels and aging in bottle for 18 months.