Enzo Boglietti, Roscaleto, 2019

220,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,3 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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Boglietti Winery

Established in 1991 by brothers Enzo and Gianni Boglietti, the Boglietti Winery is a testament to a rich family tradition of winemaking. The brothers, having grown up farming their father's original vineyard in La Morra, expanded the family's holdings to over 50 acres of single vineyard sites, most of which lie on Piedmont's famed golden slope, a region known for its superior wines. Some of these vineyards boast 100-year-old-plus plant material, adding a touch of history and depth to the flavors of the wines produced. The Boglietti lineup, ranging from stylish normale to stunning cru Dolcetto, Barbera, and Barolo, has few rivals when it comes to energy and depth of character. These wines are the result of grapes that are sustainably farmed and picked by hand, ensuring only the highest quality produce is used. The fermentation process is carried out with native yeasts, maintaining the natural integrity and flavor profile of the grapes. The Boglietti Winery is a perfect blend of tradition and innovation, producing wines that are not only delightful to the palate but also respectful of the environment. The result is a collection of wines that truly reflect the passion and dedication of the Boglietti brothers and their commitment to the art of winemaking.

Enzo Boglietti, Barbera d'Alba, 2019

Enzo Boglietti presents a 2019 Barbera d'Alba, a red wine that reflects the rich heritage of its Piedmont region in Italy. This wine is crafted from the Barbera grape, a variety known for its deep color and full body.

The 2019 vintage is a testament to the meticulous viticulture and winemaking practices of the Boglietti family. The grapes are hand-harvested and then fermented in stainless steel tanks to preserve their vibrant fruit character. The wine then undergoes malolactic fermentation and is aged in oak barrels for a period of time to add complexity and structure.

Upon tasting, the wine reveals a compelling spectrum of flavors. The high acidity of the Barbera grape lends a refreshing quality to the wine, balancing the robust fruit flavors and the subtle hints of oak derived from the aging process. The alcohol level of 14.5% contributes to the overall body and intensity of the wine, making it a suitable companion for a variety of dishes.

Enzo Boglietti's 2019 Barbera d'Alba is not just a wine, but a journey to the heart of Piedmont. It represents centuries of winemaking tradition in this region, where the Barbera grape has found its most expressive terroir. Enjoy this wine and experience a piece of Italy's rich viticultural heritage.

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