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Schiavenza Barolo Cerretta 2016

Schiavenza Barolo Cerretta

2016
Barolo (Italy)

The Barolo Cerretta of the Schiavenza winery has a full and bright garnet red color; the nose expres...

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£35.54

/ btl 0.75 L

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Details for Schiavenza Barolo Cerretta 2016

Type

Wine Red

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

15.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2016

Review

The Barolo Cerretta of the Schiavenza winery has a full and bright garnet red color; the nose expresses intense notes of red fruits, spicy tones, mineral nuances and licorice. In the mouth the sip is very clean, the tannin attacks and then merges with the fruit notes. Excellent in combination with roasted or grilled meat, braised or game. Also perfect in combination with aged cheeses.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

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by: Bjornus (21/02/2019) - Vintage 2014

Good qpr

Great barolo for the price. Will improve with age. Will open the next bottle after at least 3 or 4 years

Schiavenza

Schiavenza

Schiavenza has been operating in the Serralunga d'Alba territory since 1956. The winery, started by brothers Vittorio and Ugo Alessandria, is now looked after by Luciano Pira, agronomist and cellarer, assisted by his wife Maura Alessandria and brother-in-law Walter Anselma. In the past the farmhouse and the surrounding land were owned by the Opera Pia Barolo; the work was carried out by sharecroppers called "schiavenza": hence the curious name of the property. Currently ...