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The 2019's enjoyed a pretty classic growing season, bouts of cooler weather were counterbalanced by perfectly warm days and cool nights through September. The resulting wines, at least for those with older vines and top sites, enjoyed ripe tannins and sugars. The best wines boast tremendous balance, drinking quite well in their youth. An additional 2 years here along with the best of the best grapes offer the most structured and noteworthy of the wines. Time is your friend as you patiently wait for this wine to develop. Great aged Barolo offers distinctive aromas of tar, roses, truffle and dried cherries. Rest assured, you will be rewarded!

This estate was established by the Marengo family in 1899. Today, Marco and Eugenia (Jenny) Marengo hold some of the finest, south-facing, mid-slope vineyards in Brunate. They own just 6 ha in total, and still don?t have a website. So while this estate is perhaps a bit under the radar with some of the more famous houses garnering much of the press and acclaim ? those who have the distinct pleasure to know the wines from Marengo, know.

Piedmont translates literally to "Foot of the Mountains" in this case, the Alps. The region has many parallels to Burgundy, vineyards handed down through generation, increasing demand paired with increasing price. The top grape of the region is Nebbiolo, labelled regionally as Barolo, Barbaresco or Langhe Nebbiolo. The wines that require long term aging reward time in the cellar, while you are waiting for them to mature, enjoy regional wines of Barbera or Dolcetto.

Marengo 2017 Barolo Brunate Riserva

SKU: 786050
Regular price $159.85
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COUNTRY: Italy

REGION: Piedmont

VARIETAL: Nebbiolo

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FORMAT: 750 ML

The 2019's enjoyed a pretty classic growing season, bouts of cooler weather were counterbalanced by perfectly warm days and cool nights through September. The resulting wines, at least for those with older vines and top sites, enjoyed ripe tannins and sugars. The best wines boast tremendous balance, drinking quite well in their youth. An additional 2 years here along with the best of the best grapes offer the most structured and noteworthy of the wines. Time is your friend as you patiently wait for this wine to develop. Great aged Barolo offers distinctive aromas of tar, roses, truffle and dried cherries. Rest assured, you will be rewarded!

This estate was established by the Marengo family in 1899. Today, Marco and Eugenia (Jenny) Marengo hold some of the finest, south-facing, mid-slope vineyards in Brunate. They own just 6 ha in total, and still don?t have a website. So while this estate is perhaps a bit under the radar with some of the more famous houses garnering much of the press and acclaim ? those who have the distinct pleasure to know the wines from Marengo, know.

Piedmont translates literally to "Foot of the Mountains" in this case, the Alps. The region has many parallels to Burgundy, vineyards handed down through generation, increasing demand paired with increasing price. The top grape of the region is Nebbiolo, labelled regionally as Barolo, Barbaresco or Langhe Nebbiolo. The wines that require long term aging reward time in the cellar, while you are waiting for them to mature, enjoy regional wines of Barbera or Dolcetto.