Barolo Piedmont's, and perhaps Italy's, most famous wine. Often called the King of wines, Barolo is renowned for producing Italy's finest reds exclusively Nebbiolo. The Barolo appellation was formalised in 1966 at around 1,700 hectares, and has an exceptional terroir with almost every village perched on its own hill. The climate is continental, with an extended summer and autumn enabling the fickle Nebbiolo to achieve perfect ripeness.
Barolo wines are characterised by their rose, cherry and red-fruits on the nose, high acidity and earthy tannins on the palate. Often tannic in their youth, they mellow into a wonderful wine that is renowned for its longevity.
The Barolo Experience is a specially selected case of six wines from the 2013 and 2014 vintages. Hand picked by our team of experts to give you a range of young yet approachable wines to drink now, wines to savour over the next few years and wines to lay down for future pleasurable drinking!Read more
The 2014 Vietti Barolo red wine is composed of grapes selected from small vineyards spread in the Barolo region. …
The 2013 La Spinetta Barolo red wine is intense, vibrant ruby red. The nose is wild and exotic with dried flowers, …
100 Points Neil martin
Served from an ex-chateau bottle. The 2009 Chateau d'Yquem is one showstopper …
90 Points (Wine Journal)
"Although this has a more mature colour than the Margaux ’62, the nose …
Over 120 different Barolo Wines in stock spanning nearly 90 years
Barolos are renowned for their longevity and make excellent gifts for birthdays anniversaries and other special occasionsRead more