Our tasting of Bric Cenciurio’s Barolo ‘Coste di Rose’ 2016 DOCG wine, complete with notes of aging, denomination, blend, serving temperature and alcohol by volume.
Barolo ‘Coste di Rose’ 2016 DOCG – Bric Cenciurio
Bric Cenciurio’s Barolo ‘Coste di Rose’ 2016 DOCG wine is revealed in an intense garnet red glass with a slight transparency typical of Nebbiolo.
Olfactorily it traces unmistakable notes of ripe cherry, dates that evolve towards balsamic and roasting tones that remind us of licorice root, goudron and coffee.
The sip is wide and has a very pleasant structure, with a thick but well-smoothed tannin with a soft and elegant finish, which fades towards sylvan nuances. Obtained from long maceration (30-35 days) and aging in large oak barrels (2500 liters) for 24 months.
An exciting wine: the result of a philosophy that maximizes the potential of the Langhe terroir. Powerful and unique in its kind, it is certainly one of the best Barolos for its eloquent drink and tannins of unusual finesse.
|Serving Temperature||16 – 18 °C|