Tasting notes of the wine Barolo Coste di Rose 2015 by Bric Cenciurio
It has a brilliant ruby red color, with a broad sponge nose alternating with intense scents of ripe berries, plum allusions embellished with humus and undergrowth. On the palate it is enveloping with a very thick but silky tannin texture assisted by an important acid shoulder that gives freshness and drinkability. Voluminous and harmonious finish, of great persistence.
Denomination: Barolo DOCG
Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo
Serving temperature: 18 - 20 C °
The Casa Vinicola Bric Cenciurio is located in Barolo, a village situated on a small plateau, in the shape of a spur, protected by the surrounding hills, arranged like an amphitheater. This is the area of origin of the grapes suitable for producing one of the most famous wines in the world, Barolo, recognized in 1933 as a "typical fine wine" whose denomination of controlled origin dates back to 31 August 1966 and the subsequent DOCG to 1980. And it is here that the history of this company is born, which dates back to 1990, thanks to the idea of Franco Pittatore and Carlo Sacchetto, brothers-in-law in life, who united their lands in one of the most suitable areas of Italy for the production of excellent wine. Currently in the company Carlo is supported by his nephews Alessandro and Alberto, as well as by his sister Fiorella.