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Bruno Giacosa Barolo Croera di La Morra 2004 750ml
Bruno Giacosa Barolo Croera di La Morra 2004 750ml


 
Price: $225.00
ID: 2067
Vintage 2004
Producer: Giacosa, Bruno
Varietal(s): Nebbiolo
Color: Red

Availability: In Stock
Product Code: RD4965
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Description Sub Region Producer Notes
 
It is the new single-vineyard Barolo from the legendary traditionalist, Bruno Giacosa, paired with Piemonte’s benchmark vintage of 2004.  With eight years of maturity, the wine is just beginning to show its elegant brilliance.  IWM is now presenting the wine with more than 25% in savings and is arguably the highlight of Barolo day at IWM. This effort combines the team of Bruno and his star enologist Dante Scaglione; when they are together, it is fair to say Nebbiolo’s finest expression is captured.  Made from the Croera plot, in the high altitudes of the La Morra commune, this Barolo is an example of the more feminine expression of Barolo, emphasizing more rose, cherry and underbrush notes than the darker more firm hints found in other bottlings.  Just 600 cases were produced.  After working the Piemonte vineyards for more than 60 years, it’s not everyday you see a new wine from Bruno Giacosa - it this one is getting ready to drink and is perfect for the Holidays.
Additional Info
  • Color: Red
  • Style: Still
  • Type: Dry
  • Variety/Blend: Nebbiolo
  • Breakdown of Varieties: Nebbiolo


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