Barolo DOCG
Rocche dell’annunziata Riserva

Bricco Francesco

Made only in great vintages, its name celebrates Francesco Costamagna, the revered forefather of the current owners. The Nebbiolo grapes come from a single vineyard, called “Bricco”, at the top of “Rocche dell’Annunziata” subzone, with the highest elevation and the best exposure. Deep ruby red color with complex aromas marked by hints of mature fruits, mint, chocolate and balsamic notes. It has an impressive structure infused with fine-grained tannins and a finish that lingers.



Name - From the founder’s name, Francesco Costamagna, great grandfather of today’s owners
Grape - Nebbiolo 100%
Vineyards - A single vineyard located in the highest portion of the subzone “Rocche dell’Annunziata” in La Morra.
Soil type - Marly soils (known as “Marne di Sant’Agata”) with layers of clay.
Density of plants - 4,800 vines/Ha
Winemaking - Maceration for 18 days at 26°C | 79°F
Aging - 30 months in Slavonian oak barrels.
Longevity - From 15 to 25 years.
Tasting notes - Ruby red color with garnet reflections. The wide aroma has fruity scents, developing to balsamic and roses overtones. As the result of a great vintage, the tannins are round and velvety, highlighting the elegance and complexity of the wine. The finish is remarkable, being persistent and perfectly harmonic.
Food pairings - Excellent with braised and roasted red meat, game truffle-based dishes and aged cheese.
Serving temperature - 18°C | 64°F
Size - Bottle 0.75 l in wooden case of 6 bottles – Magnum 1.5 l in wooden case – Jéroboam 3 l in wooden case.




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  • Barolo DOCG Rocche dell'Annunziata Riserva Bricco Francesco
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