The Roberto Sarotto Story
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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Piedmont's reputation for fine wine proceeds itself and often the highly regarded wines get painted with the same brush. Great wines but at an inflated price tag. However if you know where to look, Piedmont possesses some excellent international varieties at very reasonable prices.

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Robero Sarotto estates is a family run company, having lived and worked the land for decades. They have made wine in the region since the late 1700s. Chardonnay has been growing in the region since the 1980’s and the fruit for Roberto Sarotto Puro Chardonnay Piedmont DOC 2020 is grown on calcareous soils. The chalky low yielding soils are perfect for representing Roberto Sarotto dedication to remain pure at any cost. Pure Chardonnay of elegance from special sites.

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Sweet Very Dry
Wine Scale 3
How's it taste?
Golden colout, intense on the nose with complexity. On the palate it maintains an extraordinary finnesse and elegance akin to the great wines.
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Puro is a wine of great elegance and appeal capable of giving a world of intense emotions over time. Golden in colour, complex and intense on the nose. It maintains an extraordinary finesse and elegance.
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