Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG

Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG

Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG

Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG

Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG
Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG
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Corino Barolo Del Comune Di La Morra DOCG

Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Alcohol Content: 15.5 %
Vintage: 2017
Region: Northwest Italy, Piedmont
Volume: 0.75 L

Aging and Viticulture: 5-7 days of maceration at a temperature raniging form 25-30 °C in rotofermenter. After racking, it is decanted into steel tanks for precipitation of the bottoms, where it remains until the end of the fermentation of the sugars and the malolactic fermentation. After that is is decanted into small used French oak barrels, where it remains for 24 months. finally it is assembled in steel where it remains for about 6 months, at the end of which it is bottled and left yo refine for about a year before being put on the market.

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Lively garnet red, with aging acquires orange reflections.
Bouquet: Intense, balsamic nose, tobacco with complex hints of red fruits.
Notes: Warm, austere, full, robust. Bring up a good balanced between tannin and acidity.  Very good persistency of strong charateristic of Barolo.
Serving Temperature: 18-20 °C
Suggestions To Pair:  Braised meats, roasts, game and an excellent companion for the Alba White Truffle.


In 1952 Celeste Corino moved with his wife and children to Annunziata di La Morra working as a sharecropper in some farmhouses in the area, cultivating vineyards and fruit trees. Giovanni, Celeste's son, decided to follow in his father's footsteps by founding the current company, focusing his attention more and more on the vineyards.Initially, most of the grapes produced were destined for sale. In the mid-1980s, when Giuliano, Giovanni's son and owner of today's business, still very young, joins the company, the first hectoliters of Barolo are bottled.

In 1987 an innovative wine-making route was undertaken, maintaining the characteristic imprint of the territory with thinning in the vineyard for better quality, short fermentation at controlled temperatures and aging in small French oak barrels. Today the company cultivates 9 hectares of vineyards, in the municipality of La Morra, with an annual production of about 50 thousand bottles.