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BAROLO docg BRICCO BOSCHIS 2015, The. Agr. Horse


The. Agr. Horse

Barolo born from vineyards located on the steepest ridges of Bricco Boschis, this red is an internationally renowned Cru that well represents Piedmont with all its disruptive elegance and energy. Full-bodied and structured, envelops and warms those who taste it.

pairing: ideal with red meats in general, aged cheeses. Moreover, when enjoyed young, this Barolo has a marked minerality that also goes well with fish, grilled or raw shellfish.

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It was the 1928 when Giacomo Cavallotto acquired the entire ownership of the Bricco Boschis, steep hill that the farmer Giuseppe Boschis inherited from the Marquise of Barolo Juliette Colbert.

From steep slopes, this Bricco is famous for having numerous vineyards, or more precisely micro particles, enjoying a unique terroir: here there is always a particular microclimate that with the passage of 4 seasons perfectly marks the life times of the vines and grapes, Moreover, the mineralogical composition of the soils made up of calcareous marl and sand completes a unique production framework. Vintage 2015 gives 5 stars. In the glass it is intense ruby ​​red with slight orange reflections. On the nose a dominant scent of red and black fruits, accentuated by notes of tobacco, licorice and rose petals. The hot mid-summer period has given rise to hints of intense fruit which will then become expansive and generous but not cloying. Bricco Boschis has strong and persistent tannins on the palate and is extremely balanced and elegant.

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The. Agr. Horse



Data sheet

Alcoholic degree: 14,5%

Grapes : 100% Nebbiolo Crù

Type : Barolo docg still red wine

winemaking : maceration from 18 to 30 days, fermentation with indigenous yeasts, malolactic fermentation in cement in the spring following the harvest, dai 48 to 60 months in oak barrels and to follow in the bottle for at least 1 year

Format : 0,75 lt


0,75 l


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