Sarmassa is located on a south-eastern facing slope. The grapes were collected and quickly taken to the cellar where they were destemmed and delicately crushed to extract only the most noble and aromatic notes from the peel and the outer area of the berries. Fermentation took place at a controlled temperature. Maceration lasted for 10 days during which the must was enriched by the trace elements, color and tannins from the skins. The wine aged for two years, part in Slavonian oak barrels and the other part in small French oak barrels. The two parts were then blended in traditional big oak barrels before the wine completed its fining in the bottle.
Appellation: Barolo DOCG
Tasting: Barolo Sarmassa is characterized by its deep garnet red color. Its nose is intense and has distinct traces of wild rose, vanilla, licorice and spices, as well as delicate pine resin and tobacco aromas. The taste is full and elegant, full-bodied with evident tannins. The pleasant spicy and woody properties blend perfectly.