Cannubi is perhaps the most famous hill in Italy, the most celebrated and prestigious vineyard with the Barolo designation. Historically, it is the oldest Italian cru, given the recognition in 1752. Everything here is perfect: the altitude, exposure, the soils, the layout and microclimate result in a Barolo at the top of the designation.
Tasting Notes: Dark red fruit, flowers and spices come together in this round, caressing Barolo.
Color: Garnet red color with orange hues.
Bouquet: Spicy aromas with notes of cocoa.
Taste: In the mouth is full and round with well defined yet supple tannins that leave the palate clean with a long aromatic persistence.
Food Pairings: Wild game, red meat dishes and aged cheese