Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG

Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG

Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG

Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG

Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG
Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG
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Taliano Michele Ad Altiora Barbaresco Montersino DOCG

WINE INFO
Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Alcohol Content: 14.5 %
Vintage: 2016
Region: Northwest Italy, Piedmont
Volume: 0.75 L
Aging: The alcoholic fermentation occurs in stainless steel tanks, for a period of time necessary to extract compounds useful to its refinement. The drawn-off wine is poured into barriques (special barrels of French oak-wood), where it stays for 24 months. During this time of refinement the malolactic fermentation and important reactions of condensation between anthocians and tannins take place. After the wine can be bottled and is ready to drink


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Colour: Dense garnet red colour with light orange reflections
Bouquet: Wide and full fragrance of spices and licorice.
Notes: Full-bodied wine with sweet tannins that bring to a long and rich ending.
Serving Temperature: 18-20 °C
Suggestions To Pair: Suitable for second courses (red meat roasts,roast games) and ripe cheeses.

TALIANO MICHELE

This estate was born in 1930 with Domenico Taliano, but its roots are deeper. In fact Domenico belongs to a family of farmers dedicated to works in vineyards and fields, known in Montà with the nickname of "Re Cit" that in piedmontese dialect means "Little Kings". In that period all the vineyards were close to Montà, in zones called Bossola, Rolandi, Benna. In the mid-seventies, the estate grows again towards Langhe by means of Domenico's son, Michele. He bought the vineyards and a farmhouse at the locality named Montersino, close to San Rocco Seno d'Elvio, a small fraction of the capital of Langhe, Alba, and between the villages of Treiso and Barbaresco.

Twenty years later, in the mid-nineties, two of the four Michele's sons, Alberto at first and, after some formative work experiences outside the farm, Ezio, began to renovate the farm. Their work was addressed to the improvement of the methodologies of the grape production and the refinement of the wines. Ezio is also the oenologist of the farm.