Appellations and wines, Barolo, part 1 (25-05-2019 by Robert Jonasson and Nenad Jelisic)

 

Aldo-Fran

 

1-50 (Aldo-Fran)   51-100 (Frat-Maur)   101-150 (Maur-Sobr)   151-200 (Terr-Terr)   6 Best

 

Barolo is both an Italian DOCG-appellation, which belongs to the Piedmont (Piemonte) wine region, and a DOCG-wine, one of Italy's most exclusive and best red wines. The appellation has 2,161 ha planted with Nebbiolo grapes, which can only be used for Barolo-wines. Barolo extends over 11 municipalities: Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Cherasco, Diano d'Alba, Grinzane Cavour, La Mora, Monforte d'Alba, Novello, Roddi, Searralunga d'Alba and Verduno; the most known of them are: Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, La Mora, Monforte d'Alba and Searralunga d'Alba. The allowed yield is 56 hl/ha, while the average is 48 hl/ha. The minimum age for aging is three years, two of which must be in barrel. Barolo may be designated as Riserva if it was aged in barrel for at least four years. Barolo may be also designated as Riserva Speciale if it was aged in barrel for at least five years. There are two schools: 1. modern school and 2. traditional school. The modern school ferments at a lower temperature and allows the grape skins macerate (i.e. let the grape skins remain in the must and leach) in maximum two weeks. The traditional school ferments at a higher temperature (up to 30ºC) and allows the grape skins macerate for three to four weeks, and ages wines in "botti" for many years (8 to 10 years).

 

Barolo’s aroma and flavour are complex with blackberries, ripe dark and bright cherries, plums, violets, roses, red currants, liquorice and tar. As the wine matures new aromas and flavours are created as mushrooms, currants, tobacco, leather, decayed leaves, peppery notes and truffles.

 

Barolo's best vintages to date are 1958, 1971, 1978, 1982, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2016.

 

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, 2006, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 2,5 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, 2014, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,0 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Cicala, 2008, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 2,5 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Cicala, 2009, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,5 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Cicala, 2014, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,0 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Colonnello, 2005, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,5 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Colonnello, 2006, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 4,0 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Colonnello, 2012, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 4,5 NJP,

  • Aldo Conterno, Barolo, Bussia, Colonnello, 2013, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 4,0 NJP,

  • Andrea Oberto, Barolo, 2010, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, 2006, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,0 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, 2008, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,0 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, 2009, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,0 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, 2010, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,0 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, Rocche, 2006, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, Rocche, 2010, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Aurelio Settimo, Barolo, Rocche, 2011, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Azelia, Barolo, 2011, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 2,5 NJP,

  • Azelia, Barolo, 2012, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 2,5 NJP,

  • Azelia, Barolo, Margheria, 2011, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 3,0 NJP,

  • Bel Colle, Barolo, Monvigliero, 2012, red dry wine, Verduno, 3,5 NJP,

  • Bersano, Barolo, Riserva, 2008, red dry wine, La Morra, 3,0 NJP,

  • Brovia, Barolo, 2007, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 2,5 NJP,

  • Brovia, Barolo, 2012, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 2,5 NJP,

  • Brovia, Barolo, Villero, 2004, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 3,0 NJP,

  • Burzi, Barolo, 2013, red dry wine, La Morra, 1,5 NJP,

  • Burzi, Barolo, 2014, red dry wine, La Morra, 1,5 NJP,

  • Burzi, Barolo, Capalot, 2013, red dry wine, La Morra, 1,5 NJP,

  • Cagliero, Barolo, Ravera, 2014, red dry wine, Barolo, 2,0 NJP,

  • Camparo, Barolo, Boiolo, 2011, red dry wine, La Morra, 3,0 NJP,

  • Carlo Revello & Figli, Barolo, 2013, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Carlo Revello & Figli, Barolo, Riserva, 2013, red dry wine, La Morra, 3,0 NJP,

  • Cascina Ballarin, Barolo, Tre Ciabot, 2009, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Cascina Ballarin, Barolo, Tre Ciabot, 2011, red dry wine, La Morra, 2,5 NJP,

  • Cavallotto, Barolo, Bricco Boschis, 2012, red dry wine, Castiglione Falletto, 2,5 NJP,

  • Clavesana, Barolo, Olo, 2011, red dry wine, Barolo, 2,0 NJP,

  • Comm. G.B. Burlotto, Barolo, Monvigliero, 2006, red dry wine, Verduno, 3,5 NJP,

  • Diego Conterno, Barolo, 2012, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 2,5 NJP,

  • Diego Conterno, Barolo, 2013, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 2,5 NJP,

  • Diego Conterno, Barolo, Ginestra, 2012, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,0 NJP,

  • Diego Conterno, Barolo, Ginestra, 2013, red dry wine, Monforte d’Alba, 3,0 NJP,

  • Elvio Cogno, Barolo, Bricco Pernice, 2006, red dry wine, Barolo, 3,0 NJP,

  • Elvio Cogno, Barolo, Ravera, 2006, red dry wine, Barolo, 3,0 NJP,

  • E. Pira & Figli, Barolo, Via Nuova, 2010, red dry wine, Barolo, 3,0 NJP,

  • Fontanafredda, Barolo, 2007, red dry wine, Serralunga d’Alba, 2,5 NJP,

  • Fontanafredda, Barolo, 2011, red dry wine, Serralunga d’Alba, 2,0 NJP,

  • Fontanafredda, Barolo, 2012, red dry wine, Serralunga d’Alba, 2,0 NJP,

  • Fontanafredda, Barolo, Lazzarito, 2004, red dry wine, Serralunga d’Alba, 3,5 NJP,

  • Francesco Rinaldi & Figli, Barolo, 2009, red dry wine, Barolo, 3,0 NJP,

  • Francesco Rinaldi & Figli, Barolo, Cannubi, 2009, red dry wine, Barolo, 3,0 NJP,

 

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