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Giuseppe e Figlio Mascarello Langhe Freisa Rosso 2016

Giuseppe e Figlio Mascarello Langhe Freisa 2016

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Tasting Notes

Grape-variety: Freisa.
Vineyard: Toetto®, in the village of Castiglione Falletto (CN)
Grape Harvest: Beginning of October.
Wine-making process: Traditional-style, floating cap fermentation of selected estate-grown grapes for 15/20 days. The wine is then matured in medium-sized Slavonian oak barrels for few months or stabilized in inert tank.
Expected cellar life: 4/6 years
Bottling: After two years following the vintage
Tasting notes:
Colour: deep ruby-red;
Nose: varietal, spicy;
Taste: dry, characteristic, good body with a lot of tannnis.
Type of bottle: Albeisa
Serving temperature: approx. 18o
Storage: Lying down in cool, dark surroundings
Pairings: Cold cuts, hors-d'oeuvres in general, pasta dishes, cheese; recommended with spicy food and ethnic cuisine.

- Winery Note

The members of the Giuseppe Mascarello family have been growing wines for more than a century and a half, first as farmers running the Manescotto estate in the village of La Morra for the marchesa Giulia Colbert Faletti di Barolo, and then on their own property since the late 1800s. The Mascarello family property extends over 15 hectares of vineyards, all located within the Barolo wine-growing area. Some, like the Monprivato vineyard, can now be said to be a part of the family history, while the grapes grown on others were first purchased by Mauro before ‚– having had the opportunity to ascertain their quality ‚– he managed to buy the vineyards for the estate. - Winery Note

Product Type Wine Red Nebbiolo
Volume 750ml
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Sub Region Langhe
Winemaking Practices Minimal Intervention
Vineyard Practices Minimal Intervention