Giovanni Galliano Metodo Tradizionale Brut Rosé 2018 from Borgo Maragliano awarded with 90 points
James Suckling gave 90 points to Borgo Maragliano’s Giovanni Galliano Metodo Tradizionale Brut Rosé 2018. The tasting note says:
“Red fruits with dried cranberries, dried herbs, flowers and pomegranate skins. Crisp and tangy with creamy texture and fine bubbles. Fruity and flavorful. Drink now. “
Grape variety: 100% PINOT NOIR
Fermentation: in stainless steel tanks
Altitude: 410 metres above sea level
Slope: 17% with easterly exposure
Pruning technique: Low Guyot
Soil: 60% tufaceous rock – 38% sandstone – 2% calcium
Average yield per hectare: 60 hl.
Excellent as an aperitif, it pairs well with charcuterie, shellfish and white meat.
These places have an extraordinary microclimate and ideal conditions for the cultivation of vines in the high hills. Thanks to the mixture of flora and fauna, the woods represent an important basis of oxygen and balance necessary for eco-friendly viticulture. Every vineyard has its own particular characteristics in terms of exposure, altitude and soil composition. Each one occupies an optimal position and is between 35 and 65 years old.
Taste the wines during a guided tasting tour:
The new tasting room from Borgo Maragliano is overhanging the vineyards and was built in 2018. This glass and steel structure is used to accommodate visitors who come to taste the wines and is set in a privileged position surrounded by the most stunning scenery.
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