The aristocracy of Piedmontese wines is represented by a wine of ancient and noble origins, Barolo. Also made from Nebbiolo grapes, Barolo requires a minimum ageing of 38 months before being able to bear the name. As part of the ageing period, a minimum of 18 months in wood is required that enriches the wine in all respects. Garnet red colour with orange reflections, intriguing, complex bouquet and a full-bodied, austere flavour make Barolo a pearl on the world wine scene. To best appreciate its sensory characters, it is recommended to open the bottle at least 3 hours before tasting.