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Barolo DOCG, 75 clGaja
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"The Barolo DOCG in Piedmont offers an incredible density of absolute top wines in a very small area. Certainly not only one of the most important wine regions of Italy but of the whole world."
Vergani family
With patience, the noble DOCG red wine from Nebbiolo (Nebbia Italian for fog) changes with age from the typical garnet red to a delicate brick red, a wine with fine tannins and an imposing aroma complexity with a powerful body structure. But its connoisseurs also need patience, the red wine from Piedmont is a difficult wine, not easily accessible and easy to love. People who drink it for the first time often find it rough, thin, bitter and slightly acidic. But it should also be mentioned that many "beginners" often drink this wine much too young. In 1980, Barolo was given the DOCG status, Italy's highest quality designation. This was the beginning of a breathtaking triumphal procession in Italy, Europe and the whole world. In the following decades, the wine from the Langhe region in Piedmont collected countless medals and awards all over the world, in only 20 years, the production increased tenfold and the prices partly rose to dizzying heights. Wine critics like Antonio Galloni, James Suckling and Robert Parker showered him with top scores. Many vintners from Italy became world-famous by it: Elio Altare, Elio Grasso, Giacomo Conterno, Aldo Conterno and even Barbaresco king Angelo Gaja produced the red wine from Nebbiolo. Barolo became a classic, a cult wine. And classics always find their fan community, independent of the price. Exciting are current attempts to make Barolo more accessible even in its youth with modern cellar technology. With mash heating, shorter mash times, and barrique aging, attempts are being made to shorten the storage time. The sense of such measures is fiercely argued in the Piemont region and all over Italy. The last chapter of its history has certainly not been written yet. At Vergani we offer two different Barolo DOCG producers. On the one hand, Elio Altare from the area around La Morra. His Barolo DOCG are rounder and earlier accessible, because he vinifies them in barriques. On the other hand Massolino. His vines grow in the municipality of Serralunga d'Alba, which is famous for its excellent and highly mineral soils. His wines are aged in room-sized 10'000 litre barrels. These wines are more for Barolo fans who want to enjoy the Nebbiolo grape in its purest essence. In any case, both producers belong to the top league of wine producers in Piemont, both with their basic Barolo, as well as with their site Barolo. Image: Lucia Gherra
"The Barolo DOCG in Piedmont offers an incredible density of absolute top wines in a very small area. Certainly not only one of the most important wine regions of Italy but of the whole world."
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Vergani - The Film
With patience, the noble DOCG red wine from Nebbiolo (Nebbia Italian for fog) changes with age from the typical garnet red to a delicate brick red, a wine with fine tannins and an imposing aroma complexity with a powerful body structure. But its connoisseurs also need patience, the red wine from Piedmont is a difficult wine, not easily accessible and easy to love. People who drink it for the first time often find it rough, thin, bitter and slightly acidic. But it should also be mentioned that many "beginners" often drink this wine much too young. In 1980, Barolo was given the DOCG status, Italy's highest quality designation. This was the beginning of a breathtaking triumphal procession in Italy, Europe and the whole world. In the following decades, the wine from the Langhe region in Piedmont collected countless medals and awards all over the world, in only 20 years, the production increased tenfold and the prices partly rose to dizzying heights. Wine critics like Antonio Galloni, James Suckling and Robert Parker showered him with top scores. Many vintners from Italy became world-famous by it: Elio Altare, Elio Grasso, Giacomo Conterno, Aldo Conterno and even Barbaresco king Angelo Gaja produced the red wine from Nebbiolo. Barolo became a classic, a cult wine. And classics always find their fan community, independent of the price. Exciting are current attempts to make Barolo more accessible even in its youth with modern cellar technology. With mash heating, shorter mash times, and barrique aging, attempts are being made to shorten the storage time. The sense of such measures is fiercely argued in the Piemont region and all over Italy. The last chapter of its history has certainly not been written yet. ×Shipping costs:
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Vergani - The Film
With patience, the noble DOCG red wine from Nebbiolo (Nebbia Italian for fog) changes with age from the typical garnet red to a delicate brick red, a wine with fine tannins and an imposing aroma complexity with a powerful body structure. But its connoisseurs also need patience, the red wine from Piedmont is a difficult wine, not easily accessible and easy to love. People who drink it for the first time often find it rough, thin, bitter and slightly acidic. But it should also be mentioned that many "beginners" often drink this wine much too young. In 1980, Barolo was given the DOCG status, Italy's highest quality designation. This was the beginning of a breathtaking triumphal procession in Italy, Europe and the whole world. In the following decades, the wine from the Langhe region in Piedmont collected countless medals and awards all over the world, in only 20 years, the production increased tenfold and the prices partly rose to dizzying heights. Wine critics like Antonio Galloni, James Suckling and Robert Parker showered him with top scores. Many vintners from Italy became world-famous by it: Elio Altare, Elio Grasso, Giacomo Conterno, Aldo Conterno and even Barbaresco king Angelo Gaja produced the red wine from Nebbiolo. Barolo became a classic, a cult wine. And classics always find their fan community, independent of the price. Exciting are current attempts to make Barolo more accessible even in its youth with modern cellar technology. With mash heating, shorter mash times, and barrique aging, attempts are being made to shorten the storage time. The sense of such measures is fiercely argued in the Piemont region and all over Italy. The last chapter of its history has certainly not been written yet. Subscribe now Image: Lucia Gherra
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Vergani - The Film
With patience, the noble DOCG red wine from Nebbiolo (Nebbia Italian for fog) changes with age from the typical garnet red to a delicate brick red, a wine with fine tannins and an imposing aroma complexity with a powerful body structure. But its connoisseurs also need patience, the red wine from Piedmont is a difficult wine, not easily accessible and easy to love. People who drink it for the first time often find it rough, thin, bitter and slightly acidic. But it should also be mentioned that many "beginners" often drink this wine much too young. In 1980, Barolo was given the DOCG status, Italy's highest quality designation. This was the beginning of a breathtaking triumphal procession in Italy, Europe and the whole world. In the following decades, the wine from the Langhe region in Piedmont collected countless medals and awards all over the world, in only 20 years, the production increased tenfold and the prices partly rose to dizzying heights. Wine critics like Antonio Galloni, James Suckling and Robert Parker showered him with top scores. Many vintners from Italy became world-famous by it: Elio Altare, Elio Grasso, Giacomo Conterno, Aldo Conterno and even Barbaresco king Angelo Gaja produced the red wine from Nebbiolo. Barolo became a classic, a cult wine. And classics always find their fan community, independent of the price. Exciting are current attempts to make Barolo more accessible even in its youth with modern cellar technology. With mash heating, shorter mash times, and barrique aging, attempts are being made to shorten the storage time. The sense of such measures is fiercely argued in the Piemont region and all over Italy. The last chapter of its history has certainly not been written yet. Subscribe now Image: Lucia Gherra
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Barolo UNOPERUNO
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