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Fratelli Alessandria Barolo di Verduno 2019

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The Wine

95 Points Monica Larner, The Wine Advocate“These village-specific wines are growing in popularity, and among the various expressions on the market today, this wine from Verduno is really quite special thanks to its highly distinctive floral aromas and its delicate sense of inner balance … the Fratelli Alessandria 2019 Barolo del Comune di Verduno shows a fine, streamlined mouthfeel with polished tones of river stone, crushed rose and licorice root. The aromas are refined and fragile.” Drink 2024-2040

The Details

Variety - Nebbiolo
Country - Italy
Region - Piemonte
Sub Region
 - Barolo

Extra - Cork
Year - 2019
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Fratelli Alessandria stands as one of Piedmont's hidden gems. The Alessandria family crafts compelling, traditionally-made wines from their estate vineyards in Verduno and Monforte d'Alba, offering them at prices that are reasonable by today's standards. Those who appreciate structured, cellar-worthy Barolos will find these wines indispensable. Antonio Galloni of notes that the Alessandria family has been part of this serene landscape since the mid-19th century. Established in 1870, Fratelli Alessandria was at the heart of Barolo winemaking in Verduno, a place where the dry style of Nebbiolo wines we cherish today was first developed, and where wines were bottled individually rather than shipped in bulk. This led to Verduno's international acclaim as the epitome of Barolo, coveted by collectors throughout Europe. Currently, Verduno is undergoing a revival, with the Alessandria "brothers" at the helm, elevating Verduno's wines to their former glory. It remains a family endeavor, with Gian Battista, Alessandro, and Alessandro's son, Vittore, as custodians of this age-old estate. Verduno's offerings are precisely what connoisseurs seek in Barolo: intricate yet not overpowering, robust yet delicate. The Alessandria family, Vittore remarks, reflects the terrain's character, honoring their ancestors' legacy while also "looking ahead" to ensure each bottle captures Barolo's quintessential nature from Verduno.