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Ascheri Barolo DOCG - Blue Label 2013

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Art. # 0149
Nebiolo from Latin translates as noble, which is precisely what Barolo is. A well-structured wine with excellent harmony and a balance of taste and aroma.
Alc. 14%


Piedmont Italy Italy Italy


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Tanins
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol




  • Skin Skin
  • Spices Spices
  • Dried Fruits Dried Fruits
  • Flowers Flowers


Large glass for red wine

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  • Hard Cheese Hard Cheese


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Giacomo Ascheri

Giacomo Ascheri

The charismatic Mateo Ascheri, a master of the famous Barolo, balances the drive for innovation with the traditions of his world-famous region. The family owns three properties, two in Barolo and one in Roero. The vineyards of Barolo are planted with the typical varieties of the region - Cortese and Arenis for white, Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo and Pelaverga for red, all used to produce the traditional Piedmont Gavi and Barolo. Roero vineyards are a little different - here are grown more recently introduced varieties Syrah and Viognier. Mateo's knowledge and passion for the Piedmont region is contagious. If you sit in the family Osteria in Bra and hear him talk about Barolo, his new cellar and hotel, you will find out what moments we call Winique

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Nebbiolo is the grape variety behind the top-quality red wines of Piedmont in Italy, the most notable of which are Barolo and Barbaresco. Nebbiolo wines are distinguished by their strong tannins, high acidity and distinctive scent – often described as "tar and roses". The name comes from nebbia (fog) which is a common view of the vineyards in autumn. Powerful and intense, Barolo is the most famous and prestigious Nebbiolo-based wine, but it is increasingly rivaled by the slightly more elegant and perfumed wines from Barbaresco to the northeast, which rose to prominence in the late 20th Century.

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