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Corino Barolo Giachini 2013

A wine with strong hints of fruit and flowers, with notes of lemon peel and berries. Full body, ultra-fine tannins and a long and intense.


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Vintage 2013

Wine zones 100% Nebbiolo

Alcol 15.00%

Format 0,75 L Standard

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Type Nebbiolo
Classification DOCG Barolo
Temperature 18-20
Decantazione 2 hours
Location La Morra - Barolo (CN)
Produzione annua 10000
Vinification A week of maceration at temperature ranging from 25 to 30 ° C - after racking passage in steel for precipitation of funds and end sugar fermentation and malolactic fermentation.
Aging Traduttore It is put into small French oak wood used and stays there for two years. After said time is assembled in steel where remains for six months, after which it is bottled and left to mature for a year before being released for sale.
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Location La Morra - Barolo (CN)
Climate N/A
Produzione annua 10000
Harvest N/A
Sistema allevamento N/A
Tecnica produzione N/A
Periodo fermentazione N/A
Affinamento N/A

Address: La Morra(CN)

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Year of starter: 1952

Winemaker: Giuliano Corino

Produced bottles:

Hectares: 9

The Corino family arrived at La Morra in 1952. The land was planted with fruits and vineyards, the barn was always well-supplied. After the birth of two sons Renato in 1963 and Giuliano in 1968 the company grew: 15 hectares of vineyards, half owned and half leased. Most of the grapes were produced for sale to traders, the remaining wine produced was sold to relatives and friends in demijohns. The first bottle of Barolo was produced in the middle eighties. In 1987 Giuliano and Renato, following the example of their friend Elio Altare, begin to do the first thinning in the vineyard to get a better quality and more structure in the wine. It starts to vinify a small part of Dolcetto and Nebbiolo and the rest of the production of grapes are sold to make investments in the cellar. They bought the first tanks for fermentation at controlled temperatures to enhance the flavors of wine and also the French oak barrels.

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