Barolo

Barolo

Barolo is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest wines. It is a combination of high tannins, high acidity and high alcohol (where 14.5% is considered ‘normal’), a combination of all three of these characteristics is rarely found elsewhere in the world of wine. There are similarities with Burgundy, in that there is a single variety that has an powerful ability to transmit its sense of place; fragmented and parcelised vineyards that regular appear named on the labels; and a tension between the traditionalists and the modernists, which admittedly has been lessening over the last decade.

Richard Ballantyne MW

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  1. Monchiero 2011 Barolo
    Special Price £26.39 Regular Price £32.99
    Monchiero is a totally under the radar producer from Castiglione Falletto, making an ultra-traditional style of Barolo.... Learn More
  2. Enzo Boglietti 2013 Barolo Boiolo
    Special Price £37.59 Regular Price £46.99
    Boglietti has always been renowned for being a modernist. His wines are silky and rich with profound aromas and... Learn More
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