This elegant and aristocratic wine is made up of selected nebbiolo grapes grown in the hilly district around the village of Barolo. After vinification, it ages patiently in oak casks for at least 30 months. The color is a brilliant garnet hue. Ethereal bouquet, elegantly austere to the taste with a long, bitter-cherry finish. Best with meaty stews, roasts and game dishes, or mature cheeses.
Kosher wine. Bottled by Ferdinando Giordano S.p.A. In Valle Talloria, a small hill town situated a few miles from Alba, the Giordano family has been producing classical wines since 1900. However, it was not until 1994 before Giordano began to export their wines: first to Japan in 1995, then to the U.S. and North America in 2001, then to Europe in 2003, and finally to China in 2010 and the Caribbean Islands in 2012. In 2001, a new winery at Torricella, Puglia was purchased, which helped the company with its continual growth. Today, Giordano Vini boasts a leading position among the Italian wine-producing companies and engages both the national and the international markets.