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Profumo
della Marronaia

During a family trip to Piemonte, we decided to have a wine-tasting.
It is here that we discovered The “Barolo Chinato,” a sweet and sour wine typical of the Piemontese tradition.
This wine was born in 1891, adding to the Barolo DOCG, ethyl alcohol, that was previously slowly fermented with a few different herbs and sugar.
As we tasted this wine, we fell in love with it, and slowly in our hearts grew the idea to produce our own version of the “Chinato.”

Appellation Title: Aromatic Wine

Classification: Chinato

Composition: 100% Sangiovese

Alcohol content: 18%

65,50 EUR

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When we came back, we immediately decided to send in Piemonte our Sangiovese, to a specialized farm that produced our personal version of Chinato: The Profumo della Marronaia.

DEDICATED TO…

We decided to dedicate our Profumo della Marronaia to the flavors and aromas of life, sometimes sweet and fragrant, sometimes bitter and harsh.

SOMMELIER TIPS

Visual Analysis: Ruby red with orange shades

Olfactory Analysis: Secret mix of herbs, spices and, roots. Strong fruity notes of mandarin and wild cherries.

Taste Analysis: the wine results fresh, fruity, soft, and intense. Mainly you can taste ginger, cardamom, and some aromas of oriental spices.

This Aromatic wine in the past was used as a cure for little sickness due to cold temperatures. In fact, it was also served hot. Was also used as a digestif at the end of the meals. You can enjoy it during hot summers with an ice-cube inside.

FOOD PAIRINGS

For its alcoholic content between 15° and 18° degrees, the aromatic smell, and the sweet and sour taste, today is used as an elegant digestif at the end of the meal or like meditation wine. For its aromatic persistence, it’s perfect to pair with dark chocolate.

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