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Often called the “King of Wines,” many consider Barolo to be Italy’s greatest wine. It is made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in vineyards south of Alba, in the Piedmont region of Italy. After a long, slow fermentation the wine is aged for two years in oak and then kept in bottle for another year before release.

Although drinkable now, Barolo is one of the longest living wines and can be cellared for decades. We are excited to offer you this prestigious wine at such an approachable price.

Tasting Notes

Layered aromas of cherries, rose petals, cinnamon and hints of leather present an intoxicating perfume, backed by an elegant texture, freshness and robust yet supple tannins. Pair this wine with rich, Italian food, like a truffle mushroom risotto or grilled ribeye with a red wine reduction

ABV 14.5%.