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  • Varietal: Nebbiolo

Antoniolo Gattinara 2013

"100% Nebbiolo from 45-55 year old vines planted in morainic and volcanic soils with South/Southwest exposure. 1,500 cases produced annually." —winemaker
$29.99 $22.49 (Save $7.50)

Araldica Corsini Barbaresco 2014

"Light red color with garnet reflections. The bouquet on the nose is typical of Barbaresco, with elegant notes of rose petals, tobacco and sweet spices. The palate is rich, full bodied with sweet tannins and a pleasant long finish." —importer
$30.99 $23.49 (Save $7.50)

Arnaldo Rivera Barolo Undicicomuni 2014

"A unique wine, a true expression of each vintage. A blend of Nebbiolo fruit from our prized vineyards located among the eleven villages (“undici comuni”, hence the name) in the Barolo growing area. The circular logo on the label shows, in different colors, the areas of the eleven villages."
$34.99 $24.09 (Save $10.90)

Elvio Cogno Montegrilli Rosso Langhe 2016

"Deep ruby red in color with a slight orange edge. Harmonious, well-balanced aroma, a pleasant blend of floral, fruity, and soft spicy scents, with a finish of rose, violet, and vanilla. Fresh, lively bouquet, with harmonious tannins and alcohol and balanced acidity. Soft, elegant, and full-bodied with a very long aftertaste. Redolent of freshly macerated red berries, raspberry, and redcurrant." —winemaker
$29.99 $26.49 (Save $3.50)

Enzo Rapalino La Ganghija Barbaresco 2015

"Complex structure offering notes of wild berries, black cherry and liquorice combined with light spice and vanilla acquired during ageing in wood. Typically austere on the palate, but warm and embracing, with extraordinary persistence and freshness in the finish. Wine for a really long ageing (20-30 years), the best drinking temperature is about 18°C, served in large glasses." —winemaker
$57.99 $43.34 (Save $14.65)

Falletto di Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Asili 2012

"Garnet red colour with delicate orange reflections. Fine and complex bouquet with violet and wild berry notes. Its flavour is full, velvety and harmonious. Great elegance in this wine that in the best vintages can bear the qualification 'Riserva' on the label." —winemaker
$279.99 $169.00 (Save $110.99)

Fratelli Revello Barolo 2015

"100% Nebbiolo planted in calcarous clay soils. Maceration for 4-5 days at 30-32°C of temperature, fermentation in stainless steel tanks, ageing in French oak barriques (20% new) for 20-24 months. The wine is cellared in the bottle for 8 months before release." —importer
$43.25 $32.59 (Save $10.66)

Gaja Barbaresco DOCG 2011

"The centerpiece of the portfolio, Gaja Barbaresco is a testament to the Gaja family's historic commitment to the appellation and its belief that Barbaresco stands proudly with the great growing regions of the world. The Gaja winery stopped sourcing fruit from other growers in 1961 in order to ensure the utmost quality in its wines. In all, Gaja Barbaresco is produced using grapes grown in 14 vineyards in the village of Barbaresco. Garnet in color, the nose is almost sensual in its complexity, with aromas of forest fruits, plums, licorice, mineral and coffee scents. Long, complex finish with fine, silk-like tannins and good acidity; dense structure, full of super-ripe fruit." —importer
$157.99 $94.99 (Save $63.00)

Gaja Costa Russi 2009

"Dark ruby/purple color. A captivating and refined nose with well-integrated aromas of blackberries, violets and roasted coffee beans. Elegance and crystal purity characterize this extremely complex and densely woven wine with an aging potential of decades." —importer
$999.99 $599.99 (Save $400.00)

Giuseppe Cortese Barbaresco Rabaja Riserva 2011

"Barbaresco Rabajá Riserva offers an intense and ethereal bouquet of plums, prunes, cinnamon, cocoa, tobacco, leather and spice. Dry, and full-bodied, with robust flavors developing on the palate and unveiling this wine's very solid structure and elegance." —importer
$116.59 $85.99 (Save $30.60)

Il Chiosso Gattinara 2011

"Il Chiosso uses the 'Lotta Integrata' approach in the vineyards, eliminating the use of insecticides in favor of natural pest management. In the winery, the use of additives and preservatives is limited, and inert gases such as nitrogen and argon are used throughout the winemaking process in order to capture as much nuance from the Alto Piemonte terroir as possible. Ruby-red with garnet reflections. Intense notes of fresh fruit with an undertone of balsamic and spices. Excellent structure with soft, balanced tannins. Pairs well with red meats, game, fowl and aged cheeses." —importer
$33.99 $24.99 (Save $9.00)

Michele Chiarlo Barolo Tortoniano 2013

"The wine shows layered aromas of mint, fennel, plum and spices before rich red currant flavors, with rose petal and more mint notes. On the palate the acidity is balanced and the tannins are silky, leading to a long finish." —winemaker
$66.99 $49.39 (Save $17.60)