Barolo Serralunga

  • Ettore Germano
  • Piemonte, Italy

Method & Production

The grapes used to produce this wine are selected from young vineyards located in Prapò, Cerretta and Lazzarito. The first fermentation, being a classic one, lasts for about 20 days with the skins. At the end the wine rests in old 700 liters’ tonneaux for about two years. The wine is then bottle-aged for 15-18 months before being offered for sale. During the last 24 months, the wine rests in different kinds of wood.

Tasting notes

A brilliant garnet red, the nose carries hints of strawberry, cerise, red fruit, rose, violet and a touch of liquorice. On the palate it is full of energy, power and precision with clean, healthy tannins.

Food matching

Stunning with risotto milanese or braised venison with polenta and porcini.