A majestic 3 pack of the best Barolos available from our world class producer Rocche Dei Manzoni.
Explore the mighty Nebbiolo grape and the vineyards of Montforte d’Alba with 3 unique Barolos
In 1974, Valentino Migliorini, along with his wife, decided to buy a farmhouse in Monforte d'Alba in the Langhe. Working with the strength of his winemaking experience and his innate ability to stay ahead of the times, in 1976, Valentino created his first Langhe blended wine. Experimentation has marked the entire production of Rocche dei Manzoni, and together with attention to detail, it has led to the winery to become a great interpreter of Piedmontese red wines.
Barolo Pianpolvere, 2010, Rocche Dei Manzoni, Piedmont, Italy (1 bottle)
The 2010 Barolo Riserva Bussia from Pianpolvere Soprano is a flat-out stunner. Using biodinamically grown grapes, this wine is only made for exceptional vintages and is aged for 7 years before release.
Scoring a massive 96 points with Vinous Media and 92 points James Suckling.
Barolo Vigna Capella di Santo Stefano, 2013, Rocche Dei Manzoni, Piedmont, Italy (1 bottle)
Benefiting from exposure to the south, the soil of this vineyard consists of deep layers of gray marlstone, alternating with sandstone layers; wine made from its grapes yields exceptional aromas, high varietal concentration and impressive structure yet showing exceptional roundness and velvety tannins.
Scores: James Suckling 93, 92 Wine Spectator.
Barolo Big d’Big 2014, Rocche Dei Manzoni, Piedmont, Italy (1 bottle)
Made from Nebbiolo from various vineyards all located in Monforte d'Alba with southern exposure. The calcareous-sandy soil yields wines with great structure and exceptional roundness, spicy aromas and great concentration. It is aged in wood and then in concrete egg.
Scores: James Suckling 95, Wine Spectator 93.