Coste di Rose is a prestigious hill facing east in the municipality of Barolo. The considerable slope - over 40% - favors the perfect ripening of the Nebbiolo bunches, which are particularly demanding in terms of light and heat. It is located within the geological area of the Serravallian era, but, curiously, the quality of the soil is medium in limestone and is particularly rich in quartz sand and very fine silt, so much so that in normal cultivation operations fossil shells emerge. These peculiar characteristics give the Nebbiolo intense and fine aromas, reminiscent of wild mint.
Ruby red color tending to garnet. Intense aroma with clear hints of rose, licorice, spices and aromatic herbs, especially wild mint. Full, elegant, full-bodied taste. Even the delicate color and structure confirm a Barolo of immediate pleasure, balance and harmony.