The Lampia clone reigns supreme in this quintessentially Barolo-style wine. Statistically speaking, this wine can have the perfect balance of tannin, acid and ph. It is said that this beauty can touch places on the palate that haven’t been touched, spreading farther across the tongue and roof of one’s mouth. Pair with delicate fare of veal or Portobello mushrooms with fine, savory sauces–this will make a fine accompaniment to a special meal without overwhelming the food, bringing out the subtle spices of the cuisine, while whetting and cleansing the palate between bites. Aromas of candied cherries and violets leading to deep and long-lasting flavors of black licorice, truffles, cedar, and creamy tannins.