Barbaresco

Nubiola, DOCG, Pelissero, 2015, Piedmont, Italy

Barbaresco
Barbaresco Barbaresco

100% Nebbiolo grape, arguably the most important of all Italian grapes.

This is Giorgio Pelissero’s single cru Nubiola Barbaresco. Considered among the top 3 Barbaresco producers. A highly tannic wine. Grown on the highest elevation plot in the Augenta zone of ‘Treiso’ Barbaresco. Notes of roses, violets and cherry. Notes that go from ripe fruit to herbs. 

Food Pairings: Pairs well with ribeye steak, beef tenderloin, roast turkey, sausage, braised duck, braised pork shank and creamy, fatty cheeses.

Tasting notes: Fruity notes of raspberry and cherry matched and well harmonized with persuasive woody notes of vanilla. In the mouth, it is velvety ample and fills up with sweet and lasting tannins.

Reviews: 93 Points - Vinous
90 Points - Falstaff
Golden Star - Good Wines of Italy

This wine comes in cases of 6 bottles.

$63.95 × 6 bottles + $0.20 bottle deposit per bottle

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