2015 Roberto Sarotto Barolo DOCG Terra Dei Celti

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2015 Roberto Sarotto Barolo DOCG Terra Dei Celti

RRP: $70.00 per bottle42% OFF

$39.99

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$40.99 per single bottle
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RRP: $70.00 per bottle42% OFF

$39.99

(buy 6 or more)

$40.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $10.25 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Triple gold medal winning Barolo for under $50, where do we sign?

This Roberto Sarotto 2015 Barolo is yet another release that hits the high notes, with so much Piedmont character delivered for a plain unbelievable price.

Savoury, built on tannins yet with enough approachability that it won't need 20 years to come good, this is what Barolo dreams are built upon.

'Certainly one of the most fruitfully pleasing of Italian wines, is that of Roberto Sarotto. Wonderful reds, with Barolo and Barbaresco among the best.'
Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani

Tech stuff

Nebbiolo
Roberto Sarotto
Piedmont
2015
750ml
14%
Cellar to 2028
Screw Cap

How's it taste?

Garnet red with orange highlights, it has an intense, ethereal, characteristic bouquet together with a full-bodied dry taste which is rich, smooth and well-balanced. A superior wine, at its very best with roasts and game.

Who made it?

Robero Sarotto estates is a family run company and has always been part of the wine world, with a strong belief in traditional values, but at the same time not afraid to take new ways. They can be considered "local pioneers" in the wine field, having lived and worked the land and making wine in the region in the region since the late 1700s. The family continued to make wine and the business underwent expansion from 1870 to 1930-40. During these years, the family specialised in the production of Dolcetto, exporting it in bulk in wooden barrels as far away as England in the early 1900's. The export market was lost with the war, and the vineyards were later decimated by phylloxera. From 1950 Luigi Giovanni's son, Angelo, continued working the vineyards, and new varieties, including Moscato, Freisa and Barbera, were planted, but the grapes were sold to dealers until the early 1980's, when Angelo's son, Roberto, graduated from the local wine-making school. Since 1991 all the grapes grown on the estates have been vinified in the winery, and the range of wines produced was extended in the same year with the purchasing of a 20 hectare farm in Barolo wine-growing area.

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