Barolo is by far the most famous appellation in the area and this example does not disappoint. The wine is aged for 38 months, 18 of which in oak barrels.
Another gem from the Langhe, this Nebbiolo is a classic example of reds from this area. Aged for 6 months is large wooden barrels to soften the tannins, this wine shows red fruits and black cherry flavours on the palate with violet, and tertiary notes of leathery wood.
150+1 is reference to the collaboration between head winemaker Daniele Ress and the 150 members of the Vallebelbo cooperative where this wine is made.
Casali del Barone is a range of wines which encapsulates the winemaking tradition and history of the Piedmont region. Produced by Schenk Italian wineries, Casali del Barone Barbaresco DOCG is a great example of this iconic Italian wine. Made from the Nebbiolo grape renowned for its great tanins, fruitiness and perfumed aroma, Barbaresco is often […]