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Barolo - Italian Red Wine

The wine of Kings, and the King of wines. Many view the red wines from Barolo as Italy's best. They enjoy a privileged position; King Victor Emmanuel II's son developed the vineyards in Serralunga d'Alba. This association with Italy's first King gave Barolo a cachet that it never lost.

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  750ML    
Reg. $64.99
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The nebbiolo grapes used to produce the classical Barolo come from family vineyards around the village of Serralunga dí Alba. This Barolo is produced through careful blending of grapes from different vineyards. Pio Boffa (Pio Cesare's great ... more
Sku: 012585


Reg. $69.99

A more tense, focused expression of Nebbiolo comes through in the 2008 Barolo Cerretta. Firm yet well-balanced tannins provide the backdrop for expressive dark red fruit, spices and licorice. There is a mid-palate pliancy and generosity in the 2008 ... more
Sku: 057441


Reg. $49.99
On Sale $44.99

The 2010 Barolo Marcenasco is a perfumed and floral wine with pressed violets and crushed rose petal at the front of dark tones of spice and pipe tobacco. The wine shows and exotic, almost spicy personality with a good level of heft and density at ... more
Sku: 053677


Reg. $69.99
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With fruit from the Verduno area, the 2010 Barolo Monvigliero shows extra spice and red fruit with a good sense of structure and persistency at the back. They acquired this one-hectare parcel in 2007 with 47-year-old vines. The site characteristics ... more
Sku: P59002


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  Sku: P57198


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Made from 100% Nebbiolo, Italy's most renowned red grape, this wine is richly flavored and complex. Aged in Slovenian oak barrels for over 24 months. Aromas and flavors of violets, fig, leather, cherry and pepper are present. Complex layers ... more
Sku: 026066


Reg. $79.99

A mix of three crus (Cannubi, Rocche di Castiglione and Bric del Fiasc), the 2010 Barolo Carobric veers towards fruity tones of red cherry and blackberry with pretty floral highlights at the back. The wine is straightforward and confident with a ... more
Sku: 017535


Reg. $69.99

The 2010 Barolo Bricco Ambrogio bursts open with an immediate whiff of fresh flowers and crushed roses. Paolo Scavino bought the four-hectare, south-facing vineyard in 2001 the same moment he saw the listing. Crushed mineral tones appear at the back  more
Sku: P59696


Reg. $179.99

From a parcel purchased in 1990 with old vines, the 2008 Barolo Riserva Rocche dell’Annunziata shows a budding sense of maturity and profound beauty. The color is bright and vibrant with brilliant ruby and garnet highlights. The mouthfeel is ... more
Sku: P59695


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  Sku: P59374


Reg. $99.99

Wine Spectator, 93 Points
This fresh, raspberry-flavored red is accented by eucalyptus and light spice notes. There's grip on the finish, courtesy of stiff tannins, but time will bring the fruit and structure together. Best ... more
Sku: P57415


Reg. $169.99

Luciano Sandrone is one of the leading producers in Barolo. His story is well known: after years of work as a cellarman he purchased his first vineyard on the Cannubi hill. Since their first harvest in 1978, Luciano and his brother Luca have devoted  more
Sku: 16:30:35


Reg. $169.99

Luciano Sandrone is one of the leading producers in Barolo. His story is well known: after years of work as a cellarman he purchased his first vineyard on the Cannubi hill. Since their first harvest in 1978, Luciano and his brother Luca have devoted  more
Sku: 057407


Reg. $109.99

White pepper aromas lead off, along with flavors of cherry and black currant. Fruity up front, this presents tight-grained, assertive tannins on the back end. Best from 2018 through 2035.B.S.
The 2010 Barolo Mosconi is born in compact, clay soils  more
Sku: 055630


Reg. $169.99

The history of the Vietti winery traces its roots back to the 19th Century. The estate, which has been in the Vietti family for four generations, is based in the village of Castiglione Falletto in Piedmont’s Langhe region. In 1919 Mario Vietti  more
Sku: 042854


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