£58.20/ 0.75 L btl
Producers of Barbaresco Muncagota is a wine with excellent structure, impressive and complex. It is presented in the glass in a dark red color with garnet reflections. On the nose, notes of dehydrated fruit such as plum and figs stand out, enriched by hints of dried flowers, a slight spice and tobacco aromas. In the mouth it shows great body, warmth and fullness, with notes of ripe fruit; the tannins are important and of excellent persistence. A long-aged wine that can reach up to 25 years, it is ideal as an accompaniment to refined meat dishes, better if not too tasty.
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|2011||92 PK||2 GR|
This great wine shows that in Barbaresco there is a whole wine potential that nothing has to envy to other areas of Italy.
Produttori del Barbaresco
The cooperative or 'Cantina Sociale' Produttori del Barbaresco was founded in 1894 by Domizio Cavazza, regarded as the father of Barbaresco and responsible for having introduced new and innovative techniques for training vines and winemaking too. Cavazza was also the director of the Regia Scuola Enologica di Alba, one of Italy's first schools of oenology. After a wretched time due to devastating wars, the cooperative came back to full force in 1958: its cooperative model became...