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The Ca' Viola Winery

A window on the future.

Beppe and Simonetta didn't just move the winery to Dogliani. They created a whole complex in which production, consultancy and hospitality can coexist in harmony, all united by the same philosophy of simplicity and excellence. From the wolf hills to Dogliani and on to Barolo. A long road has already been travelled, but there is much more to come. Along the way, little Mattia arrived. The future has already started.


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CA' VIOLA
The Winery
Dreamed about since 1991

The Ca' Viola Winery

Dreamed about since 1991

The story of the Ca' Viola winery begins in Montelupo Albese, in the Langa, still the Langa of the 1980s: the hills were not yet famous, but a new wind was starting to blow. Beppe rented the vineyard of his dreams, called Barturot, and began vinifying the grapes in the garage of his parents' house. One day Elio Altare, already an established star in the Barolo galaxy, tasted that wine and encouraged Beppe to bottle it. It was 1991. Beppe immediately took on another challenge. In Montelupo he also managed a small plot of barbera, which he decided to vinify following the new trends, and so created the celebrated Bric du Luv, which symbolized the evolution (actually, the revolution) that was going on under the Langa skies. New labels were created, and in 2002 the winery moved to Dogliani, where the Caviola family created a complex in which production, consultancy and hospitality (the Villa Bracco hotel is becoming a reality) can coexist in harmony, united by the same philosophy of simplicity and excellence. In 2005, the most prestigious chapter opened: managing a Barolo nebbiolo vineyard. The Sottocastello di Novello cru was selected, and brother-in-law Giancarlo is also involved in the challenge. So the first label of the "king of wines" comes onto the scene. From the wolf hills to Dogliani and on to Barolo. A long road has already been travelled, but there is much more to come. The future has already started.

Azienda Agricola Ca' Viola

Borgata San Luigi, 11
12063 Dogliani (CN) - ITALY
Tel: +39 0173 742 535
Fax +39 0173 720 921

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Vino Veritas
Consultation
Keeping the technician in the background

VINO VERITAS Consultation

Keeping the technician in the background

Though it might sound strange today, given the many recognitions he has obtained and the long list of wineries to which he has attached his name, Beppe Caviola remains first a producer, and an enologist second. Since the start of his career, all that has changed about Beppe's consultancy activities are the exterior aspects. The modern analytical laboratory, run by his young and enthusiastic nephew Andrea, is fully integrated into the Caviola family's winery and hospitality complex and has not affected the basic approach: helping producers to make their wine, while keeping the figure of winery technician in the background. Beppe's "winegrower status" has always helped him to do this. What better business card than his own small winery and the wines produced with complete respect for the characteristics of their original territory? With this strong experience, earned, it should be said, on his own land, Beppe has reached wineries in over half of Italy's regions, always imposing one single rule: not to impose rules.

The wines to which Beppe brings his light touch can be found everywhere from Piedmont to Sicily, from the Marche to Sardinia. A diversity of styles, enological traditions, knowledge and terroirs, which Beppe seeks to interpret as faithfully as possible. For several years there has been a movement towards a more accentuated naturalness in the wines, though without submitting to forced dogmas. In the use or not of commercial yeasts, in particular, as in the choice of wood (or no wood), Beppe always draws first on his own direct experience. Great attention is paid to the cleanness of the wines, which must always be free of impurities and maintain quality standards. Wine, according to Beppe's philosophy, belongs to those who drink it, and today the wine-loving public wants to drink impeccable wines that reflect the terroir and can be enjoyed with satisfaction.

Vino Veritas Snc.

Borgata San Luigi, 11
12063 Dogliani (CN) - ITALY
Tel: +39 0173 742 535
Fax +39 0173 720 921

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    Villa Bracco
    Bed & Breakfast
    A small boutique hotel

    The Villa Bracco Bed & Breakfast

    A small boutique hotel

    Villa Bracco represents the pride and joy of Beppe and Simonetta Caviola's activities, and offers the best synthesis of their approach to the territory. After consolidating the Ca' Viola brand in Italy and abroad and increasing the consultancies, it was clear that the most important piece of the puzzle was missing: creating the ideal conditions for hosting clients and passing connoisseurs. So in the early 2000s, Beppe and Simonetta bought a magnificent, elegant villa from the beginning of the 19th century, previously belonging to Count Bracco and located just outside Dogliani. After a long and meticulous restoration, Villa Bracco became a small boutique hotel, able to integrate food and wine, tourism and event hosting. The hotel is strictly family-run, and the proximity of the winery and analytical laboratory within the same complex makes it easy for visitors to see the desire to unite all activities in a single expression, of the territory, its people and its fruits.

    Villa Bracco B&B

    Borgata San Luigi, 11
    12063 Dogliani (CN) - ITALY
    Tel: +39 0173 742 535
    Fax +39 0173 720 921

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    CARTOGRAPHY
    A wine map
    Enological Piedmont

    CARTOGRAPHY

    Southern Piedmont demarcated wine regions

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    City of Alba and surroundings

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    The Barolo area
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    The Barbaresco area

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    The Langhe Monregalesi area
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    The Moscato d'Asti area

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    The Roero area
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    The Alta Langa area

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    The Langa Astigiana area

    A Rented Vineyard and Maurizio's Tractor

    1991. That year at the start of the decade marked Beppe Caviola's entrée into the world of wine. To be honest, it wasn't a real debut, because Beppe had been involved with wine since he was a boy, ever since he first decided to attend the Enological School in Alba, where generations of the finest viticulturalists and winemakers have trained. After young Beppe finished his studies, he found a job at the Enological Centre in Gallo, just outside Alba. There he met Maurizio Anselmo, with whom he developed a deep friendship destined to change both their lives. Maurizio came from Rodello, a handful of houses set against the wind on the side of a large hill covered in rows of dolcetto vines. As a hobby, he tended a small patch of vines; the grapes went the local cooperative. Most importantly, he owned a tractor. Beppe asked if he could use it on a small farm he had his eye on in Montelupo, his hometown, another tiny village along the road that heads south from Diano. Beppe's family ran an "Alimentari" there, a food shop, with an attached tobacconist's. Locally the shop was famous for its cured meats and Piedmontese Fassone beef and veal, prepared by Beppe's father. This was still the Langa of the 1980s: the hills were not yet famous, but a new wind was starting to blow, and having a tractor to work the vineyard could make all the difference. As does having the right mentors. Beppe rented the vineyard of his dreams, called Barturot, and began vinifying the grapes in the garage of his parents' house. One day Elio Altare, already an established star in the Barolo galaxy, tasted that wine and encouraged Beppe to bottle it. And so, in 1991, he released 860 bottles of Dolcetto, the first wine labelled with the Caviola name.




    First Consultancies and the Wolves' Descent to Dogliani

    At Barturot, Beppe immediately took on another challenge. In Montelupo he also managed a small plot of barbera, which he decided to vinify following the new trends coming from the Barolo area. So he turned to barriques to age his new wine, released as a "Vino da Tavola", a table wine, because at the time none of the other classifications allowed the use of barriques for aging. The wine found immediate success, helped in part by the wonderful label designed by the late maestro Gianni Gallo. The artist from Dogliani was introduced to Beppe by Quinto Chionetti, Dolcetto patriarch and another of the mentors who played a role in the Caviola trajectory. The village of Montelupo (whose name means "wolf mountain") inspired the logo and name of the wine: the celebrated Bric du Luv ("hill of the wolf" in Piedmontese dialect), which over the years became classified as Langhe Rosso and finally Barbera d'Alba, symbolizing the evolution (actually, the revolution) that was going on under the Langa skies. As new labels were created (Dolcetto Vilot, Barbera Brichet), Beppe felt the need to dedicate himself full time to the art of winemaking. He left the Enology Centre, bringing with him the trusted Maurizio, "the man with the tractor". To supplement his income, Beppe decided to make use of his talent as a taster, refined over the years, and encouraged once again by Altare and another close friend, the well-known Barbaresco producer Angelo Rocca, he began working as a consultant for his Barolo-producing friends. It was 1996 and his friend Piero Cane let him use the basement of his house until Beppe managed to find space for his laboratory in Montelupo. Things took an unexpected turn: the consultancies produced excellent results, the name of Beppe Caviola became known outside Alba and the Langa, reaching the ears of the Moccagatta family, owners of Villa Sparina in Gavi. It was the first "outside" winery to hire Beppe as an enologist. Many others were to follow. In 2002, the producer who wanted to make other people's wine in order to make his own was named "Enologist of the Year" by the Italian wine industry's most important guide. A few months earlier, Beppe and his wife Simonetta had moved to Dogliani, where they had recently bought a large 19th-century villa.





    Looking to the Future

    Beppe and Simonetta didn't just move the winery to Dogliani. They created a whole complex in which production, consultancy and hospitality can coexist in harmony, all united by the same philosophy of simplicity and excellence. Villa Bracco became a luxurious hotel, a winery with space for conferences, lunches and dinners (in collaboration with some of the best local restaurants) and a cutting-edge analytical laboratory. All this, however, without ever losing sight of the principal value, the human touch. Beppe, Simonetta and their invaluable colleagues see Villa Bracco as multiple variations on a single concept: the concept of "territory", in its highest and most noble expression. And speaking of territories, we can't not close with the most prestigious chapter: since 2005, Beppe has been managing a Nebbiolo vineyard in the Sottocastello cru in Novello, in the Barolo zone. His brother-in-law Giancarlo Vivalda is also involved in the undertaking, and the first "king of wines" was produced in 2006. From the wolf hills to Dogliani and on to Barolo. A long road has already been travelled, but there is much more to come. Along the way, little Mattia arrived. The future has already started.



    Montelupo

    The original nucleus of the winery and the largest share of the vineyards are found here, covering a total surface area of around 11 and a half hectares. The plots have a south, southeast and southwest exposure, and the vines are planted in a soil rich in calcareous clay marl and sandstone. The average yield per hectare ranges from 50 to 65 quintals. The steep slopes makes it hard to use machinery for the work in the vineyard. The altitude is around 400 metres above sea level. The following wines are made using grapes from the Montelupo vineyards: Dolcetto d'Alba Barturot, Dolcetto d'Alba Vilot, Barbera d'Alba Bric du Luv, Barbera d'Alba Brichet. First bottling: 1991





    Novello

    The Novello vineyard represents a bridge that Ca' Viola has built to connect its past with the present and the future. A small plot, located in the Sottocastello cru, just outside of the town, at an altitude of 470 metres above sea level, it has a south, southeast exposure and the vines are about 10 years old. The yield is around 50 quintals per hectare, the density is 5,000 vines per hectare and the traditional Guyot system is used for training. Unlike the classic Barolo soil, there is a high presence of chalk. This, plus the specific disposition of the vineyard and the decision to use non-invasive vinification techniques, explains the extremely elegant nature of the Barolo from this area. While powerful, at the same time it can also be refined and harmonious. The Novello vineyard represents an important challenge for the Ca' Viola winery, with a selection of wines from the Langa's most famous zone joining the traditional labels from the Dolcetto area, where the winery was founded and has grown. This is a business challenge, though, completely unrelated to competition between the zones, as the terroirs have unique characteristics and resist comparison. The Langhe Nebbiolo and the Barolo Sottocastello.





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    DOLCETTO D'ALBA BARTUROT
    The first historic label

    BARTUROT

    Dolcetto d'Alba

    First produced in 1991, Barturot is the historic product of the Ca' Viola line. At the beginning of the business, I had my eye on this wonderful vineyard in Montelupo, and I just knew that from those rows of vines something truly special could be born. I managed to rent the vineyard and thanks to the help of friends and the advice of established producers in the Langhe, my dream became a reality. Tothisday, the Barturot label is one of the key emblems of our winery.


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    DOLCETTO D'ALBA VILOT
    The younger brother

    VILOT

    Dolcetto d'Alba

    Produced for the first time in 1996, Vilot is the younger (but not necessarily little) brother of the more celebrated Barturot. Within the company philosophy, this is a ready-to-drink wine designed for everyday drinking.


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    BARBERA D'ALBA BRIC DU LUV
    The other historic label, since 1991

    BRIC DU LUV

    Barbera d'Alba

    Along with Barturot, Bric du Luv is a historic wine of the Ca'Viola line. Also produced for the first time in 1991, Bric du Luv is a selection of Barbera cultivated in the oldest vineyard in the Montelupo commune.


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    BARBERA D'ALBA BRICHET
    The younger sister

    BRICHET

    Barbera d'Alba

    Just as Vilot relates to Barturot, Barbera Brichet is the "younger sister" of Bric du Luv. This wine is part of the Ca' Viola line's drinkable, everyday wine offerings.


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    LANGHE NEBBIOLO
    The first important link

    LANGHE NEBBIOLO

    Looking to the future of the company, efforts are focused on the development of a "Nebbiolo project" that begins with this first, important selection. In 2005, I vinified the king of Piedmontese varietals for the first time, starting with a splendid vineyard in Novello at the foot of a majestic, Neogothic castle which inspired this wine's name.


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    BAROLO SOTTOCASTELLO
    The crowning of a journey

    BAROLO

    Sottocastello di Novello

    The latest addition to the line, first produced in 2006. This wine represents the crowning achievement of a journey that has brought me, over the years, to take on the most important varietals of the Langhe. Nebbiolo in Barolo, its maximum expression, is a challenge and an objective for each great Albese producer, and it became a reality for us with the recent acquistion of a vineyard in Novello. The relatively young age of the vines and the progressive discovery of this relatively unknown cru has brought to light the great potential of this vineyard, which is evident even in its first vintage.


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    DOLCETTO D'ALBA BARTUROT
    The first historic label

    BARTUROT

    Dolcetto d'Alba

    First produced in 1991, Barturot is the historic product of the Ca' Viola line. At the beginning of the business, I had my eye on this wonderful vineyard in Montelupo, and I just knew that from those rows of vines something truly special could be born. I managed to rent the vineyard and thanks to the help of friends and the advice of established producers in the Langhe, my dream became a reality. Tothisday, the Barturot label is one of the key emblems of our winery.


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    DOLCETTO D'ALBA VILOT
    The younger brother

    VILOT

    Dolcetto d'Alba

    Produced for the first time in 1996, Vilot is the younger (but not necessarily little) brother of the more celebrated Barturot. Within the company philosophy, this is a ready-to-drink wine designed for everyday drinking.


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    BARBERA D'ALBA BRIC DU LUV
    The other historic label, since 1991

    BRIC DU LUV

    Barbera d'Alba

    Along with Barturot, Bric du Luv is a historic wine of the Ca'Viola line. Also produced for the first time in 1991, Bric du Luv is a selection of Barbera cultivated in the oldest vineyard in the Montelupo commune.


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    BARBERA D'ALBA BRICHET
    The younger sister

    BRICHET

    Barbera d'Alba

    Just as Vilot relates to Barturot, Barbera Brichet is the "younger sister" of Bric du Luv. This wine is part of the Ca' Viola line's drinkable, everyday wine offerings.


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    LANGHE NEBBIOLO
    The first important link

    LANGHE NEBBIOLO

    Looking to the future of the company, efforts are focused on the development of a "Nebbiolo project" that begins with this first, important selection. In 2005, I vinified the king of Piedmontese varietals for the first time, starting with a splendid vineyard in Novello at the foot of a majestic, Neogothic castle which inspired this wine's name.


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    BAROLO SOTTOCASTELLO
    The crowning of a journey

    BAROLO

    Sottocastello di Novello

    The latest addition to the line, first produced in 2006. This wine represents the crowning achievement of a journey that has brought me, over the years, to take on the most important varietals of the Langhe. Nebbiolo in Barolo, its maximum expression, is a challenge and an objective for each great Albese producer, and it became a reality for us with the recent acquistion of a vineyard in Novello. The relatively young age of the vines and the progressive discovery of this relatively unknown cru has brought to light the great potential of this vineyard, which is evident even in its first vintage.


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    Awards


    DOLCETTO D'ALBA BARTUROT

    VINTAGE

    2001

    2005

    2007

     

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    RATINGS

    85

    89

    86

    90

    88

    90

    90

    91

    90

    91

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    90

    89

    90

    89

    92

    90

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    WINE GUIDE

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Wine Spectator

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    James Suckling

    Wine Spectator

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

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    DOLCETTO D'ALBA VILOT

    VINTAGE

    2007

    2008

     

    2009

     

     

     

    2010

     

     

     

     

     

    2011

     

     

    2012

     

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    RATINGS

    85

    84

    89

    89

    89

    89

    88

    88

    89

    89

    88

    89

    90

    91

    91

    91

    WINE GUIDE

    Wine Spectator

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Wine Spectator

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Vinous Media

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    LABEL


    BARBERA D'ALBA BRIC DU LUV

    VINTAGE

    1996

    1998

    1999

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    RATINGS

    90

    91

    90

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    87

    90

    91

    92

    92

    92

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    89

    90

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    89

    91

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    90

    WINE GUIDE

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    I Vini di Veronelli (Veronelli Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    I Vini di Veronelli (Veronelli Editor)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    James Suckling

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

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    BARBERA D'ALBA BRICHET

    VINTAGE

    2007

    2008

     

     

     

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    2011

     

    2012

     

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    RATINGS

    85

    89

    90

    90

    90

    89

    90

    89

    90

    89

    92

    90

    92

    88

    94

    93

    91

    90

    89

    WINE GUIDE

    Wine Spectator

    Wine Spectator

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Vinous Media

    Wine Spectator

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

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    LANGHE NEBBIOLO

    VINTAGE

    2007

     

     

     

    2008

     

     

     

     

     

    2009

     

     

     

     

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    RATINGS

    92

    90

    92

    92

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    91

    91

    91

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    90

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    92

    87

    88

    89

    91

    91

    WINE GUIDE

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    DuemilaVini

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    James Suckling

    James Suckling

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    BAROLO SOTTOCASTELLO DI NOVELLO

    VINTAGE

    2006

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2007

     

     

     

     

    2008

     

     

     

    2009

     

     

     

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    RATINGS

    93

    93

    93

    92

    93

    90

    93

    88

    92

    93

    92

    95

    92

    91

    94

    94

    WINE GUIDE

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media

    Wine Enthusiast

    I Vini di Veronelli (Veronelli Editor)

    James Suckling

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vinous Media

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Wine Spectator

    Vinous Media (Antonio Galloni)

    James Suckling

    James Suckling

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    Wine Enthusiast

    Wine Spectator

    James Suckling

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    Wine Spectator

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

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    L'INSIEME

    VINTAGE

    2007

     

     

    RATINGS

    92

    86

    WINE GUIDE

    Duemilavini (Bibenda Editor)

    The Wine Advocate (Robert Parker)

    Wine Spectator

    LABEL


    LANGHE RIESLING

    VINTAGE

    2014

     

     

    RATINGS

    WINE GUIDE

    Slow Wine (Slow Food Editor)

    Vini d'Italia (Gambero Rosso Editor)

    LABEL

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