colour: garnet red with variable intensity in relation to the vintage year.
smell: the grapes come from different subareas of Serralunga and, for this very reason, giving a very wide range of flavors that can range from spicy to more attractive sweet, floral and spicy.
palate: we are faced with a full-bodied, classic, well structured and is not afraid of aging in an outstanding manner the important character of the lands of Piedmont.
serving temperature: 18°- 20° C
alcohol: 14% vol.
From the vineyard to the table
The history of Massolino and their wine is linked to the history of Serralunga d'Alba in 1896, when John founded the company. Giovanni is the first to bring electricity to the village. An enterprising man, tenacious and creative head of a family that has made the combination of talent and tradition a source of pride.
The wine cellar Massolino are definitely considered one of the most famous in the region of Piedmont.
Making wine with passion, in its territory of origin, preserving the typical characteristics of the native vine in the belief that among the vines, hills and tenants there is a deep and palpable fact of kinship cemented by custom to the same places. Since 1896, the family produces wine Massolino so true to this philosophy and ability to innovate in the name of tradition. After all, true to itself.
Are you curious?
The Piedmontese cooking is flavor and history. The variety of the Piedmont region and its climate has produced a variety in the cuisine of different regions of Piedmont. Not only the morphology of the territory has produced a varied cuisine but also the presence, in the past centuries, a population divided into distinct social classes, this is when you can differentiate a kitchen more "common folk" and poor food and a richer and more elaborate.
The poor cuisine reflects through and around the area and the input it will put at his disposal, while the kitchen richer, its courts and the nobility, has many more French influence, having been the Piedmont area for a long time under the Savoy domain.
Today it denotes a strong interest and an effective promotion by the population of Piedmont cuisine, everything is manifested in the desire to want to see not only recognized the high quality of some raw materials but also of local products such as, for example, the vast number of dairy products.
Here, then, that can be found in the current DOC and IGP Piedmontese gastronomy products.
In dealing with the vast Piedmontese cuisine we have focused on the provinces most interesting from this point of view.
- "Monvijè" Roero DOCG 2007
color: bright ruby red smell: intense aroma, with hints of raspberry and ...
- "Braja" Roero riserva 2009
colour: intense ruby red colour smell: bouquet of violets and mature fr ...
- Barbaresco "Sorì Valgrande" 2003
color: ruby red tending to garnet with slight smell: intense, ethereal n ...