A tasting event that every wine lover should attend, where you’ll be able to taste five different wines from Barolo, one of the 11 communes that make up the wine-producing region of Piedmont in Italy.
Barolo wines are solely composed of Nebbiolo, a small, thin-skinned grape varietal that’s high in acids and tannins, which results in a flavour that’s earthy and strong, yet fresh and fruity.
At this tasting, compare the nuances between five different Barolo wines, some of which were bottled more than 20 years ago!
Barolo Bussia, Parusso Amando 2011
Barolo Pajana, Domenico Clerico 2006
Barolo Cerequio, Roberto Voerzio 1997
Barolo La Serra, Roberto Voerzio 1997
Barolo Brunate, Roberto Voerzio 1997
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