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Italy 2013

Vintage Report Italy 2013

At its pinnacle 2013 is an excellent Barolo vintage. Stylistically the wines are in the classical mould without being as daunting in their youth as other old-school greats such as 2006 and 2010. They offer crisp, crystalline flavours wrapped in tight-knit, intense but refined structures. They favour energy over weight but don’t lack for depth and transmit a very transparent vineyard character. Such is there finesse that they should start to drink well in the medium term however they have the structure and intensity to last into the next two decades. Whilst not quite as consistent across the board as 2010 or 2004, the general quality level is high and the wines of the very greatest crus are nothing short of outstanding.

Italy 2013 Wine List

Col. Vint.
Wine / Producer Appellation / Region
Format Cs. Btls. Price Tax
Azelia
  2013
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Format Price Tax
6x150cl 2 0 £600.00 ib Buy
Castello di Verduno
  2013
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Format Price Tax
6x75cl - - TBC ib
  2013
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Format Price Tax
6x75cl - - TBC ep
Paolo Conterno
  2009
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Format Price Tax
6x150cl 2 0 £825.00 ib Buy
Paolo Scavino
  2013
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Format Price Tax
1x150cl 3 0 £90.00 ib Buy
  2013
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Format Price Tax
1x150cl - - £120.00 ep Buy
6x75cl - - £325.00 ep Buy
Roberto Voerzio
  2013
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Format Price Tax
6x75cl - - Sold Out ep

Italy 2013 Producers

Italy boasts some of the best wine making in the world and has done for an age, and our portfolio is an illuminating cross-section of what’s going on throughout the country right now. Exciting new developments and age old tradition – it’s a match made in winemaking heaven.

Appellations of Italy

So much is made of Barolo and the other wines of Piedmont that sometimes the rest of Italy can be a little overlooked. There are truly exceptional wines to be found coming out of Tuscany, Umbria, Sicily and the Veneto as well as many other areas across the country.

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Grape Types of Italy

Italy is famous for its multitude of indigenous grape varieties and their immeasurable blending combinations and capabilities. It is also home to well-known noble varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot but the jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the highly fashionable and much sought after Nebbiolo – this grape is responsible for Barolo, Barbaresco and Roero too.

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