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    Nebbiolo RIVETTO 2013

    From: $39.90

    Stampa
    100% Nebbiolo
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    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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    Rivetto Barolo DOCG 2013

    From: $67.50

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    Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
    Bottle Size: 750 ml
    PRICE PER BOTTLE IF PURCHASED IN A CASE (6 BOTTLES) : $60.75

    MEET THE WINEMAKER: Enrico Rivetto

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    Gattinara “Tre Vigne” TRAVAGLINI 2009

    From: $79.00

     

     

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    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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    Barolo Marco Marengo 2013

    From: $89.90

    99177593/100 Robert Parker

    Marco Marengo’s 2013 Barolo sees fruit sourced from four vineyards located in the La Morra township. These are Serradenari, Fossati, Boiolo and Roncaglie. Fruit is harvested, fermented separately and assembled later in order to preserve the subtle characteristics of each site. This vintage stands apart for the bright exuberance of the fruit and the noble qualities of the tannins. That characteristic firm silkiness that you get with fruit from La Morra is put proudly front and center.

     


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    Barolo Borgogno 2012

    From: $129.00
    cantina-borgognoBorgogno 2012 Barolo
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    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.