Unveiling the magic in a bottle of Gigi Rosso Barolo Trecomuni DOCG is akin to taking a leisurely walk through the rolling vineyards of Piedmont, Italy. Every sip of this red wine reveals layers of profound flavor backed by untamed power of the terroir. On the nose, captivating scents of fruit jam, with evident cherry and plum, are beautifully intertwined with floral notes and spices like cinnamon and cloves. Taking a sip unfurls the wine’s complex flavor mural, where cherries and plums waltz elegantly with licorice and tobacco. Accentuated by full-bodied structure and well-structured tannins, this wine takes one on a journey through the varietal character that makes Nebbiolo universally admired - a tempestuous force tamed by deft skill. As it ages, the wine matures gracefully, developing divine perfumes of resin, leather, and cocoa that keep one entranced with every sip
Born from the ancient Piedmontese winemaking tradition of sourcing grapes from three unique terroirs, Gigi Rosso’s Barolo Trecomuni DOCG is a living testament of the land’s bounty and a wine lover’s dream. Each of the three communes - Serralunga d’Alba, Monforte d’Alba, and La Morra - contributes a singular character to the wine, creating a harmonious blend. Serralunga d’Alba offers structure and longevity due to its clay-rich soils. Monforte d’Alba endows the wine with complexity from its clay and limestone-rich soils. Lastly, La Morra gifts the wine with freshness and fruitiness because of its sandy soils. At the heart of this wine is the company’s dedication to preserving an old-world winemaking tradition and a commitment to delivering an exquisite Barolo that keeps sommeliers and wine enthusiasts captivated.
To preserve the wine’s quality, store Gigi Rosso Barolo Trecomuni DOCG at a consistent temperature of 12-16°C, and avoid direct sunlight. Keep the wine bottle horizontally to ensure the cork stays moist, and maintain a relative humidity of 60-70% to prevent cork drying. The wine can be kept for over a decade if storage conditions are met.