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Barbaresco Gift Box
Barbaresco Gift Box
Price: $59.49

Where Barolo is King, Barbaresco is Queen. Like Barolo, Barbaresco is monovarietal Nebbiolo and comes only from Piemonte, but Barbaresco offers a delicate, tender take on Nebbiolo. It drinks earlier, and it’s easily enjoyable. Treat someone you care about to the
beauty of Barbaresco and see their eyes light up with new love.

This Gift Includes:
1 x Barbaresco Selection
1 x Single Bottle Gift Box
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Montestefano 2009 750ml
Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Montestefano 2009 750ml
Price: $59.99

Just now entering its drinking window, this ’09 Barbaresco Montestefano explodes from the glass with fistfuls of cherries and berries, warm baking spices, cigar wrapper, and kisses of cedar and violet petals. This wine may be broad shouldered, but its chewy tannins, electric acidity and sturdy mineral core keep it nimble--and make it very age-worthy. Often referred to as the “Barolo of Barbaresco” because of its commanding personality, great structure and firm tannins and producing Barbarescos reminiscent of its neighbor Nieve, the Montestefano cru sits at about 900 feet above sea level, sporting soils of calcareous limestone and a prime southern exposure. After fermenting for 28 days with temperature control, the wine ages for 36 months in botti, followed by six months in bottle.
Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Ovello Riserva 2009 750ml
Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Ovello Riserva 2009 750ml
Price: $59.99

This ’09 Barbaresco Ovello privileges its terroir in its juicy dark fruits, zesty blood orange, vibrant herbs, crushed wildflowers, warm saddle leather, and firm mineral core. Precise yet approachable, the ’09 Orvello was ready to drink upon release, and a few extra years have served to tame its chewy tannins and integrate its elements--it’s an unabashedly seductive wine that blends sophistication with power. One of Barbaresco’s larger crus at sixteen acres, the south-southwest-facing Ovello plot boasts clay and calcareous limestone soils and elevations between 720 and 950 feet above sea level. Fermented for 28 days in stainless steel and aged for three years in botti and six months in bottle, this is one of Prodduttori del Barbaresco’s most long-aging Barbarescos; Ovello needs time to come into its own.
Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva 2009 750ml
Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva 2009 750ml
Price: $59.99

Rose petals, warm saddle leather, cigar wrapper and baking spices frame the sweet cherries and berries in this ’09 Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva; kisses of piquant orange and loam add a mouth-watering flair. Gliding across the palate with effortless grace, this Barbaresco matches its polished tannins with vibrant acidity, while a sweet inner perfume complements its bass-line of savory notes, and a polished, lingering finish completes the experience. Deriving from a 12-acre southwest-facing vineyard of calcareous limestone with sandy veins sitting at about 900 feet above sea level, the grapes for this wine ferment for about four weeks in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages for 36 months in oak barrels of various sizes, followed by a year in bottle. Just over 1,000 cases made every vintage.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva 2007 750ml
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva 2007 750ml
Price: $59.99

Aromatic, welcoming and altogether lovely, this ’07 Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva layers its sweet cherry fruits with tea leaves, rose petals, baking spices, licorice, orange peel and earth. Gliding across the palate with effortless grace, this Barbaresco matches its fine-grained, sweet tannins with vibrant acidity; a sweet inner perfume complements its bass-line of savory notes; and it all culminates in a polished, lingering finish. Deriving from an 12-acre southwest-facing vineyard of calcareous limestone with sandy veins sitting at about 900 feet above sea level, the grapes for this wine ferment for about four weeks in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages for 36 months in oak barrels of various sizes, followed by a year in bottle. Just over 1,000 cases made every vintage.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Muncagota Riserva 2007 750ml
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Muncagota Riserva 2007 750ml
Price: $59.99

Brambly berries and juicy cherries burst from the glass of this expressive, open-knit ’07 Barbaresco Muncagota Riserva; warm pipe tobacco, new leather, underbrush and dried rose petals form the backdrop for this inviting wine. Muscular and velvety, this wine grips the palate with its chewy tannins, releasing a sweet inner perfume while piquant minerals push it to a resonant finish. 2007 was the first production year for the cru Muncagota, which used to be called Moccagotta. Deriving from the 9.8-acre Muncagota plot, whose high elevation and dense, calcium-rich soils help to make a structured, aromatic wine, the grapes ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for four weeks; the wine ages for 36 months in botti, followed by eight months in bottle before release.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Paje Riserva 2007 750ml
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco Paje Riserva 2007 750ml
Price: $59.99

Bright red fruits are framed with Christmas spices, crushed rose and violet petals, warm cigar wrapper, loam and pressed herbs in this high-toned, fresh ’07 Barbaresco Pajè Riserva. Bright acidity makes this wine whoosh across the palate to a lingering, tannin-filled finish--it’s a charming, earthy and aromatic Barbaresco Riserva! Deriving from the low-lying 7.5-acre Pajè near Asili, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about a month, and the wine ages in botti for 36 months, followed by six months in bottle before release.
Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Santo Stefano di Neive 2009
Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Santo Stefano di Neive 2009 750ml
Price: $129.00

This is Giacosa's premier Barbaresco cru, from the Santo Stefano vineyard in Neive. On par with the greatest wines of Giacomo Conterno, this wine will continue to evolve for over a decade. The perfumed nose of rose petal, strawberry, cinnamon, currant, and licorice typify the wine that finishes in a rich, velvety mouth feel. There's no going wrong with Giacosa's prize Barbaresco.
Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Santo Stefano di Neive 2011 750ml
Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco Santo Stefano di Neive 2011 750ml
Price: $169.00

Offering perfumed nose of rose petal, strawberry, cinnamon, currant, and spice, this ’11 Barbaresco leads to a palate of pure, juicy Nebbiolo, complemented by a smooth, silky mouth-feel and terrific balance. Warm and sunny, 2011 offered a vintage that showcases a riper and more approachable expression of this cru Barbaresco, one of the most important Italian wines ever produced. For more than five decades Bruno had sourced Santo Stefano fruit from Castello di Neive to make a benchmark expression of the region; under Bruno's guidance, Santo Stefano became his more driving expression of Barbaresco, Barolo-like in style and structure than the rounder and softer sibling Asili; however, the 2011 is the estate’s final bottling of this cru, making this vintage a historic bottle. On par with the greatest wines of Giacomo Conterno, this wine will continue to evolve for over a decade.
Gaja Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Gaja Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Price: $209.00

This is a wine to buy by the case. 2013 is shaping up to be an epic year in Barbaresco, and this Gaja bottling shows remarkable finesse, depth and polish. Sophisticated and silky, this ’13 Barbaresco frames its pure red and blue fruits with crushed violets, fresh-cut herbs, licorice, sun-warmed earth, and a kiss of kirsch. Wrapping the palate with an energetic yet velvety grip, this wine builds to a crescendo of chewy tannins that are complemented by a sweet inner perfume--it’s outstanding. This traditional cuvée Barbaresco honors Gaja’s winemaking heritage in its blending across fourteen separate vineyards. Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique; after fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling.