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Barolo Vigna La Rosa DOCG 1996 0.75l


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This noble red wine takes its name from the Fontanafredda vineyard, where the grapes it is made from grow. A gloriously coloured Barolo with deep, glowing ruby red tones. The heritage left to it by the cool temperatures of its year of birth1996 – can be felt above all on the nose, through a deflagration of intensely spiced floral sensations. On the tongue it presents an extremely charged tannic structure wedded to a still evident acidulous freshness which will allow this vintage to propagate its qualities for many years to come. A captivating companion, especially with braised meats and mature cheese.

Alcohol: 13.5% vol.

Manufacturer Fontanafredda
Prodotto in Italy
Region Piemonte
Capacity 0,75
Price/L €130.67 / l
Contains sulphites

Manufacturer History

The magnificent Fontanafredda estate is set among the splendid Langhe hillsides, in the very heart of Piedmont. It once belonged to King Vittorio Emanuele II of Italy, who made a gift of it to Rosa Vercellana, a commoner who was the love of his life. An ancient love story, kept alive by the winemaking passion of Emanuele Guerreri, Conte di Mirafiore, son of the King and his "Bela Rusin" (as she was popularly known), a modern-minded entrepreneur who dedicated his life to wine. Fontanafredda maintains the flavours of this passionate tale, emphasising the will to renew and improve which has always distinguished this great label, a leader among leaders in the Langhe territory. Here passion for wine, for the land and for tradition finds a supremely concrete expression.

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