Barolo, Cerequio
    Roberto Voerzio

    Barolo, Cerequio,



    Roberto Voerzio, Barolo, Cerequio, 2006

    Justerini & Brooks Tasting note
    Roberto Voerzio, Barolo, Cerequio, 2006

    Along with Brunate, one of the great La Morra single vineyards. This is a real brooder packed with intense fruit and tannins, particularly closed for Cerequio which is unusual, this will no doubt take a good while to come around. The longer it's open, though, the more you get from it, notes of red cherry, rose, spice truffle fresh plum, very intense really incisive, vivid, refreshing and deep with a good sturdy backbone that suggests a long life.

    Antonio Galloni, Vinous
    The 2014 Barolo Cerequio is a gorgeous wine that melds together the pliant fruit of Cerequio with bright, savory aromatics. It’s a combination that works so well. The 2014 is a marvelous, complete Barolo that has so much to offer. Macerated cherry, spice, new leather, blood orange and rose petal all flesh out in a striking Barolo that has so much to offer. One of the first wines I tasted from Voerzio was the 1992 Cerequio, a Barolo from a far weaker vintage that aged beautifully. I expect the 2014 will be gorgeous for many years to come. I can't wait to see how it ages.
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    Drinking Window:
    2024 - 2029


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    Roberto Voerzio

    Roberto Voerzio

    Roberto Voerzio is undeniably one of the stars of Piedmont and a Barolo producer with a world-wide following, his philosophy is a simple one; from the healthiest lowest-yielding vines, in the greatest plots, come the very finest wines. His vineyard management is meticulous and covers hard pruning, green harvesting, pruning, and leaf thinning which, together with his policy of having high planting density, result in an exceptionally small production. The yields are the lowest in the region, 500g of fruit per vine for the crus and even 1kg per vine for Dolcetto and Barberas - the yield of most top growers' best Barlo Crus. In the winery Roberto's vision is to make the purest expression of Nebbiolo as possible. Fermentations are with wild yeasts, extractions are very gentle using the light "pumping over" technique, elevage takes place in both french oak with a maximum of 30% new, both large casks and barriques. The wines are an exquisite mix of intensity and lightness, measured concentration and bright juicy, moreish flavours. The Voerzios are not afraid to reject a cuvée either, if hail or a fermentation deviation prevents quality from being tip top, as with Cerequio in 2011 and La Serra in 2006. Some of Italy's greatest wines.

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