Enzo Boglietti, Barolo Riserva, 2008

820,00 DKK inc. vat

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Weight 1,4 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
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Boglietti Winery

Established in 1991 by brothers Enzo and Gianni Boglietti, the Boglietti Winery is a testament to a rich family tradition of winemaking. The brothers, having grown up farming their father's original vineyard in La Morra, expanded the family's holdings to over 50 acres of single vineyard sites, most of which lie on Piedmont's famed golden slope, a region known for its superior wines. Some of these vineyards boast 100-year-old-plus plant material, adding a touch of history and depth to the flavors of the wines produced. The Boglietti lineup, ranging from stylish normale to stunning cru Dolcetto, Barbera, and Barolo, has few rivals when it comes to energy and depth of character. These wines are the result of grapes that are sustainably farmed and picked by hand, ensuring only the highest quality produce is used. The fermentation process is carried out with native yeasts, maintaining the natural integrity and flavor profile of the grapes. The Boglietti Winery is a perfect blend of tradition and innovation, producing wines that are not only delightful to the palate but also respectful of the environment. The result is a collection of wines that truly reflect the passion and dedication of the Boglietti brothers and their commitment to the art of winemaking.

Enzo Boglietti, Barolo, 2008

This 2008 Barolo from Enzo Boglietti unfolds a story of Piedmont, a beautiful region in Italy known for its rich wine culture. A master of his craft, Enzo Boglietti uses Nebbiolo, a grape variety native to the region, to create this exquisite wine.

The wine embodies the essence of Piedmont's terroir, resulting in a unique and expressive wine. The production process is meticulous, with carefully selected grapes harvested to ensure the highest quality. The wine is then aged, allowing the flavors to develop and intensify, resulting in a wine with an alcohol level of 14%.

On tasting, you will experience a symphony of flavors that the Nebbiolo grape is renowned for. The wine's complexity is balanced by its subtlety, making it a delight to both the novice and the seasoned wine enthusiast.

Historically, Barolo is considered one of Italy's finest wines, often referred to as 'the king of wines and the wine of kings'. This 2008 Barolo from Enzo Boglietti continues this tradition, offering a wine that is both a tribute to its lineage and a testament to the expertise of its producer.

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