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    Nebbiolo RIVETTO 2013

    From: $39.90

    100% Nebbiolo

    A native Piedmont grape with a
    late harvest period, recognized for its quality since the ancient Roman
    epoch. The wine obtained is characterized by extraordinary
    refinement, exceptional ageing capacity and good tannin content.

    10% DISCOUNT CASE PRICE  (6 bottles) $35.91


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    Gattinara “Tre Vigne” TRAVAGLINI 2009

    From: $59.00













    Grape Varieties : 100% Nebbiolo


    Vinification:  Following traditional red fermentation, the wine is aged for one year in French oak barriques and 20-24 months in Slovenian oak casks. It is then refined in bottle for one year prior to release



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    Rivetto Barolo DOCG 2012

    From: $67.50

    Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
    Bottle Size: 750 ml





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    Barbaresco Cascina Bruciata 2012

    From: $69.90
    img_3414-e1380713139803R​obert Parker:
    Until recently the vineyards of Cascina Bruciata (“house on fire”) produced fruit that was purchased by Gaja and the Giacosa brothers of Neive among others. Marino Balbo (father) would have continued on this path were it not for the wish of his son Carlo who wanted to bottle a family wine instead. In 2000, Carlo established the brand Cascina Bruciata. He owns 7.5 hectares including three in the celebrated Rio Sordo cru.

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    Barolo Borgogno 2012

    From: $85.00
    cantina-borgognoBorgogno 2012 Barolo
    91 POINTS
    By WineEnthusiast
    The name Borgogno has always been linked to one of the oldest wine producing houses in Langa and Piemonte. It all began in 1761 when Bartolomeo Borgogno established the cellar.

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    Barolo Marco Marengo “Bricco delle Viole” 2013

    From: $99.90

    “One of the main Crus of Barolo: Bricco delle Viole” 

    95/100 Rober Parker

    This estate produces 5,500 bottles from one hectare of vines. Like Marco’s other Barolo wines, this one is fermented with ambient yeasts and undergoes malolactic fermentation in small oak barrel. The wine is aged in new (only 20%) and neutral oak for two years before release. This expression shows excellent depth and generosity with lively fruit flavors that wrap thickly over the palate. This is a complete and centered expression that makes a loud and positive impact, but ultimately follows through with extreme elegance and grace.