Barolo, Brunate
Marco Marengo

Barolo, Brunate, 2006



Marco Marengo, Barolo, Brunate, 2006


Justerini & Brooks Tasting note

Marco Marengo, Barolo, Brunate, 2006

Smart, concentrated and fuller in body than the Bricco Viole, the 2019 boasts glossy dark fruits, anise, herbs and camphor with a basket of blueberries and heather supporting. Impressive and statuesque but on the day the Bricco Viole just edges it – though history suggests that the Brunate will come good. One of the top Cru vineyards of Barolo, situated high up in the La Morra commune. Marengo's parcel of Brunate, situated at 350 metres altitude, has been owned by his family since 1903 and the vines average seventy years old. Aged in 15% new oak barriques for 24 months.

Antonio Galloni, Vinous

The 2006 Barolo Brunate is an exotic, beguiling wine laced with dark red fruit, mocha, coffee beans, spices and plums. There is superb concentration and depth in the glass, all of which carries through to a long, resonating finish. This is a rather dark style for La Morra, but everything is impeccably balanced.
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Marco Marengo

Marco Marengo

Marco Marengo makes thrilling wines but is still, just about, one of those under the radar producers and as a result the wines offer tremendous value. After working with his father, Mario, for years he finally went it alone in 2001 when his father passed away. With his small holding of 6ha Marco makes some of the most stylish and characterful wines in the region. From Dolcetto through to the fantastic Barolo, Le Brunate - they display the elegance and drinkability that should define great La Morra wines. The Brunate, for which Marco has gained a great reputation, is the jewel in his crown. It is one of the great cru in Barolo and the quintessential La Morra style Barolo with its ethereal perfume and finesse tinged with a complex earthiness and refined but powerful tannins. Marco owns two parcels of vines ranging from 15 to 70 years old. After a gentle, slow fermentation and maceration, the wines are aged in oak barriques, with an absolutely maximum of 25% new wood, for 24 months.

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