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Producer: Roberto Voerzio
Roberto Voerzio is one of the most acclaimed wine producers in Piedmont. His Barolo wines are highly prized at auction and are known for being ripe, rich, and less tannic and oaky than many other examples of the famous appellation.
Roberto Voerzio is regarded as an arch modernist, but this is more evident in the style of the finished wine rather than the methodology behind it. Macerations are typically 15 days, which fits into the traditionalist camp and, although Voerzio currently uses small barriques for aging, he has stated a desire to return to his previous practice of combining barriques with larger oak casks.
Tasting Notes: Mid ruby with orange tinges. Fine candied fruit, vanilla, and tobacco-leaf nose. Sweet fruit palate lined with oak and muscular, wonderfully ripe tannins. Hedonistic and at the same time elegant. Well done for such an allegedly warm site.
Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Alcohol percentage: 15.0%