Robert Voerzio Barolo del Comune di La Morra DOCG 2016

Critical Acclaim: 95 pts James Suckling. 

Roberto Voerzio’s Barolos are some of the richest, deepest and most texturally beautiful wines readers will come across … Over the years, Voerzio acquired parcels in La Morra’s finest sites, giving him a collection of grand cru vineyards matched by few growers. Despite all of his successes, Voerzio remains an essentially simple, down-to-earth person with a continuous drive to improve that is rare, even in Piedmont.- Antonio Galloni

Tasting Notes: This is incredibly deep and tight with dried rose petals, cedar and light plums and strawberries on the nose. The palate is refined and firm with precise balance of fruit, tannin and acidity. This is the first vintage. 50% of this comes from Voerzio crus and the rest comes from an area called Boiolo, near Brunate and Rocche dell’Annunziata. Wonderful balance and depth. - James Suckling. 

Varietal: Nebbiolo.

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