Barolo Serralunga, Ettore Germano, Piemonte, Italy
This Germano family has been making Barolo for four generations, stretching back to 1856. The estate lies in the Cerretta Cru, one of the most important areas in Serralunga and they now make some of the best Barolos on the market. Their winemaking is fairly traditional and the Serralunga richness and power comes through clearly.
Like all good Barolo, this needs food to bring out it’s best. Roast & stewed meats (especially game), meaty and mushroomy pasta dishes as well as strong cheeses; in fact Barolo is often at it’s best with simple cheeses.
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