Barolo Pietrin DOCG


Barolo Pietrin DOCG
Winery: Franco Conterno
Region: Piemonte
Grape: Nebbiolo, Michet, Lampia
Production Area: Monforte d’Alba, Novello, Castiglione Falletto.
Appellation: Barolo DOCG
Serving Temperature: 18° C
Alcohol Strength: 13.5-14.5% vol.

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Game, Stew meatS, Grilled beef filet, backed Lamb, Seasoned cheeses

In the heart of the Langhe, in the hamlet of Bussia di Monforte d’Alba, is Cascina Sciulun, a typical historic farmhouse, constructed according to Piedmont architectural traditions. Built in the mid-nineteenth century and extended in the 1940s, the house has always belonged to the Conterno family.
It was grandfather Pietro who allocated 18 hectares of land to Nebbiolo vineyards, initially to sell to other wineries for vinification, later destined for the creation of prestigious wines.
The business passed to his son Giacomo, and then to his grandson Franco, who took the helm of the winery in 1995 with his wife Vilma, bringing his own name and identity to the company.
In recent years, Franco’s two sons, Daniele and Andrea joined the company, following in the footsteps of their grandfather, bringing fresh insight and innovation to the winery and vineyards, continuing the family business with passion and dedication.
VINIFICATION: Maceration on skin in wood vat, fermentation on skin for 15 days and alcoholic fermentation and daily pump-over. Fermentation at temperature controlled at maximum 31°C.
Aging: 24 months in Slavonian oak barrels (20-30 hl. Capacity).
Refining: 12 months in bottle

Tasting Notes:
Color: Brilliant grenade red color with soft orange notes.
Nose: Dried violets and dried roses, Cherry, Menthol, Plum, Raspberry, Vanilla, Mace, Leather and Star anise
Palate: Rich, sweet and tannin, rough, young and strong on palate





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