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Red Wine / Italy / Piedmont / Barolo DOCG / 14,5 % vol / 100% Nebbiolo

BAROLO PER CRISTINA 2011 - DOMENICO CLERICO

0,75 L Red Wine / Italy / Piedmont / Barolo DOCG / 14,5 % vol / 100% Nebbiolo

"A very special, (...) the Domenico Clerico Barolo Per Cristina is stunning. If you can get your hands on a bottle, you will be rewarded." Robert Parker
Benefiting from 10 years since harvest (with 18 months in barrel, three years in botte and five years in bottle), it offers a Dantesque tasting experience. You'll find black cherry, fig, spice, tar and earth. The tannins are nestled in the silky fibre of the wine. Although you can sense that some of this power comes from ageing, the wood tannins are elegantly integrated. One of Barolo's myths is here delivering its full power, a divine experience. Per Cristina is located in the Mosconi cru with vines planted in 1968 at an altitude of 240-280 metres. It is the oldest vineyard on the estate, and the vines are known for producing small berries and concentrated fruit flavours. This Barolo has only 2,300 bottles sold individually to the estate's few allocates.
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BAROLO PER CRISTINA 2011 - DOMENICO CLERICO
  Wine type
Fine wine
  Vintage
2011
  Grape Variety
100% Nebbiolo
  Character
Elegant and racy red wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
16-17°C
  Service
Decant into carafe 2h earlier
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2038
  Food and wine matching
Red meat, Poultry, Game meat, Chocolate desserts


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DOMENICO CLERICO

Domenico Clerico's estate was founded in 1978 in Monforte d'Alba in the heart of the Langhe when he inherited 3 hectares of vines and a small farm from his father. At the time the estate mainly produced fruit trees. Domenico saw the immense potential of his vines and decided to gradually buy vines on the finest wines of the region, listening to the wise advice of the elders who have spent their lives working in these vines. The selected vines benefit from south-western exposure and an altitude between 150 and 450 meters. Today Domenico puts all these efforts at the service of the vines and the wine. Its parcel approach (Burgundian style) has won over critics from all over the world and we are under the spell of these absolutely divine wines!

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