Nebbiolo d'Alba Valmaggiore Giacosa Bruno 2015

Nebbiolo d'Alba Valmaggiore Giacosa Bruno 2015

This dry red wine, produced in the heart of Langhe by a company dedicated to quality, has an aroma with a hint of raspberries, mild "boisèe" and a pleasant, long-lasting aftertaste.
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WineryGiacosa Bruno
TypeRed Wines
Wine zoneLanghe
Appellation or VineNebbiolo d'Alba D.O.C.
CompositionNebbiolo 100%
Alcoholic Content14
Bottle typeBordolese
Content (cl)75
Glass typeBurgundy Grand Cru
This wine is the valued result of the careful selection of the Nebbiolo variety of grapes, which come from hillsides situated in the Valmaggiore di Vezza d'Alba area that enjoy a highly individual local climate. The wine is refined for ten months in French oak casks and four months in the bottles. It is a ruby colour with a grainy reflection. It has a characteristic delicate aroma with a hint of raspberries and mild "boisèe" and is a fine-tasting wine with a pleasant, long-lasting aftertaste.

The producer

The wine-makers Bruno Giacosa have been producing and ageing wine for three generations. Their vineyards are situated high in the hills with a fortunate south/south-easterly exposure and a unique local climate, due to their position in a natural amphitheatre. Although the cultivation of the vines is conducted with scrupulous attention to the demands of tradition, certain modern practices, such as the thinning out and trimming of the vines, are not ignored. The yield of grapes reaches an average of 60-70 hundred kilos per hectare. Wine-making takes place in stainless steel tubs, which allow the fermentation temperature to be controlled by chilling apparatus. The red wines are then aged in French oak casks. If there are bad years, when the wine does not reach an acceptable standard of quality, it is not bottled.

Best with

This wine is good with any meal.

How to serve it

This wine should be served at 16 - 18 degrees centigrade in clear, transparent crystal goblets.

How to keep

If it is kept well, this wine has an average conservation period of ten years. The bottles should be laid horizontally in a cool, dark, humid wine-cellar.


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