The Piedmont region makes its own important contribution to Italian gastronomy. Apart from its cuisine, however, the Piedmont region also is known for some of the most exquisite wines not just in Italy, but in the entire world.
Barolo wine, considered by many the king of wines, takes its name from a small town in the region. It is a red wine that is obtained from Nebbiolo grapes, which are very abundant in the area. Wines made from this grape are characterized by their sweet and fresh aroma and characteristic fruit flavo, but they also have very high acidity levels and create a strong flavor in wines.
Barolo wines are characterized by their great body and flavor with aromatic features of violets, roses and truffles. The intensity of its flavor makes it even more delicious as time passes in the cellar because its power is smoothed with time and gives way to an elegant and highly appreciated wine. In fact, the use of this very domination means that this wine requires more than three years of aging to be considered Barolo.
Served at the right temperature--neither too hot nor too cold--this wine is the perfect accompaniment to Mediterranean cuisine and combines perfectly with any type of food. Would you like to try one of the best wines in the world?