Barolo Carlo Viglione DOCG 2013


Triple A

From the small cellar of Giulio Viglione can not but be born a Barolo of great classicism, faithful mirror of every harvest and all those intimate characteristics of Monforte. A vintage, that of 2004, which will be remembered as one of the best of the decade, capable of bringing to today perfectly fresh and reactive wines, intact and of great longevity. A few thousand bottles that reveal an austere severity, typical and traditional at the same time.

Producer: Carlo Viglione
Region: Piemonte
Appellation: Barolo DOCG
Grape: nebbiolo 100%
Type: Red
Vintage: 2013
Color: Ruby red tending to garnet on the edges
Bouquet: fruity sensations of cherry and plum emerge, followed by spicy notes of black pepper and nutmeg
Taste: In the mouth it is relaxed, fresh, supported by a very fine tannic texture. Full, harmonious, very long, it closes with a finish that refers to the olfactory notes and that recalls the next sip
Pairings: white truffle, tartare and tagliolini.
Serving temperature: 16/18 °C
Alcohol grade: 14%
Bottle content: 750 ml



Triple A

“A” as Agricoltori (Farmers) – only those who cultivate the right vineyard can ‘establish a relationship between man and vine, and get a healthy and ripe grapes exclusively with natural agronomic interventions
“A” as Artigiani (Artisans) – we need “craft” methods and skills to implement a winemaking and winemaking process that does not change the original structure of the grapes, and does not alter that of the wine
“A” as Artisti (Artists) – only the “artistic” sensibility of a producer, respectful of his work and his ideas, can give life to a great wine where the characters of the territory and of the vine are found