2017 Voerzio Martini Barolo

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The Voerzio Martini 2017 Barolo definitely treads toward the darker and more saturated side of the Nebbiolo spectrum. That extra notch of color richness and flavor concentration is a natural consequence of a vintage with dry heat that resulted in smaller and denser berries. This wine is further saddled with oak spice and toast that appear with a little more intensity in this edition.
Monica Larner - Robert Parker
The Brief
Alcohol
14.5%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2017
Cellar to
2040
Why's this wine for you?
Voerzio Martini is the coming together of old and new. It brings together the long and storied winemaking history of the Voerzio family with the innovation and energy of a young, up-and-coming enterprise. The name Voerzio is well-known in Langhe, Gianni Voerzio (brother to Roberto Voerziowho has his own highly lauded label) has been making wine for over 30 years. The Voerzio Martini label came to be when he joined forces with two innovative oenologists siblings Mirko and Federica Martini. The combination of the expertise and talents of these two powerhouses has elevated Voerzio's wines to the upper echelon of the Langhe. With just 8ha under vine, the label makes boutique handcrafted wines with the utmost care and consideration in the vineyard, backed up with traditional but thoughtful winemaking. The result is wines driven by terroir, elegance and purity, and of course, their flagship is the Barolo. From a small parcel of Nebbiolo vines located in the prized La Morra Cru of Barolo comes the 2015 Voerzio Martini Barolo La Serra.
How's it taste?
Aromas of dark-skinned berries, mocha and underbrush emerge from the glass. The firm, structured palate offers dried blackberry, licorice and vanilla alongside polished tannins.
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Monica Larner - Robert Parker
The Voerzio Martini 2017 Barolo definitely treads toward the darker and more saturated side of the Nebbiolo spectrum. That extra notch of color richness and flavor concentration is a natural consequence of a vintage with dry heat that resulted in smaller and denser berries. This wine is further saddled with oak spice and toast that appear with a little more intensity in this edition.
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