Agnesi Barolo Bussia DOC
The Barolo Bussia DOCG “Agnesi” is dedicated to the scholar Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Italian mathematician, philosopher, theologian, academic, and philanthropist. Recognized as one of the greatest mathematicians of all time, she was the first female author of a mathematics book and the first to obtain a university chair in mathematics at the University of Bologna. Our Barolo pays homage to her by representing the curve called “Versiera” that made it famous.
“Agnesi”Barolo Bussia DOCG
Medium-textured tending to clayey.
Location Bussia di Monforte D’Alba.
400 meters above sea level
YEAR OF PLANT
It is harvested in mid-October. The must ferments on the pomace for a time ranging from 10 to 15 days at a controlled temperature that does not exceed 30 ° C. At least 4/6 replacements are carried out daily.
At the end of fermentation, the wine is transferred to large Slavonian oak barrels where it ages for two years. It is bottled in the third year in August and stillages 10,712 months in the cellar before being placed on the market.
Intense ruby red with the right and characteristic garnet reflection.
Intense with a pleasant hint of undergrowth variegated with spicy and tobacco notes, characterized by great finesse and composure.
Dry, warm, velvety, intense impact, full but harmonious, rightly tannic, enveloping, persistent, and with pleasant aftertaste sensations.
HOW TO ENJOY IT AT THE BEST
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