Barolo, Margheria
Azelia

Barolo, Margheria, 2018


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vintage

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2018
75cl
DP
£84.20

2018
75cl
DP
£84.20

2018
6x75cl
DP
£505.22


Azelia, Barolo, Margheria, 2018

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Tasting Notes


Maturity:
Keep

ABV:
13.5 %

Critics score


Score:
94

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Source:
Susan Hulme, The Wine Independent

Date:
07/2022

Notes
The 2018 Azelia Barolo Margheria has aromas of gentle warmed strawberry and orange zest with orange peel notes that come and go. On the palate there are lots of very fine, silty-textured tannins which are nicely integrated into the body of the wine. Margheria is in Serralunga, famous for its dense tannins and 'sappidita' or savory, saltiness as the Italians would say. True to type, this Barolo finishes with a flourish of juicy acidity and lingering, savory tannins with mineral notes of flint, chalk, and smoke. It's impressive but needs a little time to come around.

specifications

country:
Italy

region:
Piedmont

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Producer:
Azelia

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Allergen Information:
This product may contain sulphites. Full allergen information is available upon request, please call our Customer Relations Team on +44 (0)20 7484 6430.


Azelia

Azelia

Owner Luigi Scavino, cousin and neighbour of Piemonte legend Enrico Scavino, started off life as one of the typical modern Piedmont producers: no expense was spared as new oak was used for the top wines, yields were low and the sparkling new fermenting vats were of stainless steel. Many of these aspects still apply however Azelia have refined their techniques enormously over the years, rarely using more than 20% new oak and employing large botti casks as well as barriques for the ageing process. They are now very among Barolo's leading lights. They produce a superb Dolcetto planted at 500 metres above sea level on a south facing slope in th prime Montelupo district and their oak-aged Barbera is extremely fine too. All of their Nebbiolo holdings are spread out over the Castiglione Falletto and Serralunga regions where the vine produces full bodied, intense and complex wines. The top two wines are the ethereal but powerful Bricco Fiasco frmo Castiglione (the same vineyard as Scavino's Bric del Fiasc) and the explosive, spicy San Rocco from Serralunga. In only the best of vintages a Barolo Riserva is made from the ideally situated vineyard in Serralunga, Voghera.

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