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Marchesi di Barolo Coste di Rose 2014 with L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Collection 2
Marchesi di Barolo Coste di Rose 2014 with L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Collection 2
Marchesi di Barolo Coste di Rose 2014 with L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Collection 2
Marchesi di Barolo

Marchesi di Barolo Coste di Rose 2014 with L'Atelier du Vin Oeno Collection 2

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The harvest takes usually place during the first ten days of October: grapes are collected exclusively by hand, quickly brought to the cellar for destalking and soft pressing. The grapes undergo fermentation at a controlled temperature of 82-86°F in stainless steel tanks. Maceration of the skins with pump-overs lasts 10 days. The wine is racked into concrete tanks temperature for an extended period. In this way, malolactic fermentation starts spontaneously.

The wine is initially aged for two years, a part in 30-36 hl Slavonian oak barrels, and the rest in 225 L French oak barrels that are moderately toasted. The two parts are then blended in the traditional big oak barrels and the wine ends its fining in the bottle before release.

Bottle Size: 750ml

 


Oeno Collection 1 & 2 are true toolboxes for wine.


INCLUDES:

1 Chic Monsieur®:
Thin ribbon made of curved metal, designed like an arch upon the bottle’s neck, Chic Monsieur® has also got an expressive head which facilitates its handling, and a self-pulling system with a stainless steel worm, making the cork slip out without effort. Chic Monsieur® has been created to pay a tribute to the corkscrew as a tool, by revealing its naked structure, without embellishments, in order to renew one’s link with a simple and purely functional form. Stainless steel. Design patent.

1 ON/OFF Gard’Vin® metal:
The ON/OFF Gard’Vin® (wine keeper) stops the open wine oxydation (not suitable for sparkling wines). The ON/OFF system is a colour indicator fitted to the Gard’Vin® sealer. It allows you to tell immediately whether or not your opened bottle is protected from the air. Synthetic metal soft touch or chromed.

1 stopper:
The ON/OFF system is a colour indicator fitted to the Gard’Vin® sealer. It allows you to tell immediately whether or not your opened bottle is protected from the air.

1 Cork Opener:
The Cork Opener is the simplest and safest way to easily open all types of champagne and sparkling wine bottles. Easy: bottles can be opened by pressing on the top of the Opener with either an index finger or a thumb. Safe: the cork, held inside the Opener, cannot pop off uncontrollably. Chromed metal. Design patent.

1 Pourer-leaf:
The Pourer-leaf is the first open pourer which oxygenates wine as soon as it comes out of the bottle. Wine aromas are gently stimulated, thanks to the Aroma Lines and the widening out of the leaf. The flow is easily controlled. Stainless steel and food grade synthetic material. Design patent.

1 Chromed metal Foil Cutter:
Simple and efficient professional tool, with its two circular hardened steel blades, the Foil Cutter cuts all foils cleanly in one simple movement. Its two small holes allow you to verify the tool’s right position upon the foil during the cutting process. Its handling can be made by pressing the up side whether with the index or with the thumb. Made form chromed metal and hardened steel. Design patent.

1 Model 54:
Modèle 54 is a universal cork and fits any wine bottle. It keeps intact both the aromas and the bubbles of your unfinished wines. Made in metal and synthetic materials. Design patent.

Size: L 30 cm x W 20 cm x H 5 cm.

 

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Notes of Scent & Flavor

  • Aroma

    Ruby-red color tending to garnet. Intense perfume with clean scents of roses, licorice, spices and aromatic herbs.
  • Flavor

    Full, elegant, and full-bodied flavor with recurring hints of the olfactory sensations.
  • Color

    The soft color and the structure confirm it as an immediately pleasant, balanced and harmonious Barolo.
  • Finish

    The Barolo Coste di Rose reaches its maturity after 4 years from the harvest and matures further between 4 and 20 years.
  • Notes

    An outstanding red wine for roasts, this Barolo combines exceptionally well with main courses of red meats, braised dishes and aged and piquant cheeses. When aged at length, it makes a superb sipping wine.

“An outstanding red wine for roasts, this Barolo combines exceptionally well with main courses of red meats, braised dishes and aged and piquant cheeses. When aged at length, it makes a superb sipping wine.”


Origins

Coste di Rose is a prestigious hill with full eastern exposure located in the community of Barolo, just in front of the Bussia area of Monforte. Coste di Rose is characterized by a more then 40% slope, which allows perfect cluster maturation, which is extremely demanding in terms of light and heat. The hill is of the Helvetian geological age, but, curiously, the soil quality is moderately calcareous (this originated from the marine deposits uplift, which are still found through regular agricultural maintenance) and especially rich in quartzite sand, fine limestone and just a small amount of clay. These peculiar characteristics impart to the Nebbiolo vines an intense and fine aroma, that bring to mind hint of wild mint.

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