Barolo DOCG del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba 2018 in the Wine Spectator’s list of Top 100 Wines of 2022

Every year, the editors of Wine Spectator, one of the most important and influential American wine magazines, select the Top 100 wines by examining the wines reviewed in the last 12 months based on quality, value, availability, and excellence. This annual list honors successful wineries, regions and vintages from around the world.

We are extremely proud to announce that our Barolo DOCG del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba 2018 has been included in the prestigious Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2022 list!

An acknowledgment that tastes like #Renaissance

Barolo DOCG del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba 2018 #Renaissance is our most iconic wine, the first municipal appellation ever released for Barolo, produced since 1988. An identifying Barolo, which embodies the power of Serralunga d’Alba terroir and the elegance of our style. After 30 years from its birth, the Barolo Serralunga d’Alba Fontanafredda changed and became new, as instrument for a new rebirth, the Green Renaissance. Through our most iconic wine we want to awaken the critical spirit of those who drink it, analyzing in 10 years the 10 feelings that in the history of our civilization have given rise to collective rebirths. The word we started with is Hope, through Barolo del Comune di Serralunga d’Alba 2018 “The Barolo of Hope”.

Floral, balsamic, vibrant, fresh and with a new truth. A unique wine, with a bright ruby red color with brilliant garnet reflections, the nose has a beautiful florality with a clear and intense aroma, reminiscent of roses and undergrowth, which immediately gives way to the complexity of all its spices. In the mouth it is soft, silky and then the vibrant tannin immediately emerges which makes it clear that it is a wine capable of aging for many years.

According to Bruce Sanderson, Senior Editor of Wine Spectator and taster for Italy, “This is a lovely expression of cherry, rose and mineral flavors, with freshness and purity. Shows a solid underpinning of dense, yet refined tannins. Long finish. Best from 2025 through 2042

Because wine is terroir, the combination of earth and sky, an unbreakable bond that once again makes us proud of our beloved roots, the Langhe.

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