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Colour: Red
Producer: Roberto Voerzio
Region: Italy
Appellation: Barolo
Grape Variety: Nebbiolo

Barolo, Torriglione, 2014

10 cases
Equiv. £395.00 per bottle

Tasting Note:

This was a great surprise to taste after a line of 2015s. Standing up to the impressive, warmer 2015 vintage, this offered beautifully delineated, bright refreshing fruit. Finely poised and racy but with a lovely sweetness of fruit and unexpectedly suave tannin quality. Vibrant, clear flavours of flowers, blueberry, loganberry and strawberry with sweet spicy tones offset by mouth-watering saltiness Blemded with Rocche dell Annunziata until 2010 this has since been ill be bottled up separately in magnums only and released a year later than the other Crus. From a small hill just below Rocche dell’Annunziata that produces powerful classically-styled Barolos. Like the Sarmassa the wine is aged differently to the other crus, for 24 months in 25% new oak barriques rather than in a mixture of barriques and 20hl wooden vats.

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