Barolo red wine is a product of the Piedmont region. This wine has been awarded the DOCG mark. The Nebbiolo variety is used for this wine and its berries contain a lot of tannins and acids, which results in a drink with a rich and full flavor. Gourmets often compare it to Pinot Noir because of its bricky-pomegranate color. Flowers, herbs, and resins are evident in the aroma. The wine has many flavors: camphor, chocolate, mint, plum and even white truffle are noticeable. The organoleptic properties of the drink depend on where the berries for it were grown. Barolo must be aged for at least 38 months, 18 of which are in oak barrels.