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Massolino Langhe Nebbiolo 2017

This wine is simply a 'declassified' Barolo. It comes from Massolino's younger Barolo vines--covering approx. 2-hectares--in Serralunga. When these vines are old enough they will help produce the Barolo proper.

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About this Wine

This wine is simply a 'declassified' Barolo. It comes from Massolino's younger Barolo vines--covering approx. 2-hectares--in Serralunga. When these vines are old enough they will help produce the Barolo proper.

Like all Massolino Nebbiolo, it is aged in large Slavonian oak casks, although the Langhe only spends 12-18 months in wood, compared with the Barolo's 24+ months. 

"This is an elegant, refined take on Nebbiolo, with bright and tonic fruit that just makes it a fun wine. There's an easy structure to the Langhe Nebbiolo, a freshness and very bright appearance that are easy to love. For this one, see if you can get your hands on some Bra sausage." 91 points, Monica Larner, The Wine Advocate #243

About the Winery

Founded in 1896, Massolino Winery, is based in and around the town of Serralunga, one of the prime sub-zones of the Barolo DOC.

The Massolino family’s greatest asset is of course their 23 hectares of (mostly) Serralunga vineyards, including choice parcels of such famous sites as; Margheria, Parafada and the legendary Vigna Rionda. They recently purchased a slice of the Parussi cru in Castiglione Falletto. Serrralunga, on the eastern edge of the Barolo DOCG, produces some of most profound and long lived Barolo. It is the home of great names such as Giacomo Conterno and Bruno Giacosa’s Falletto vineyard. 

Today the wines of Massolino sit comfortably among the finest of the region – they are wines of wonderful purity and elegance. They are exclusively aged in large casks, so they are ‘traditional’ and yet they offer the best of the “old” and “new” worlds: pure, aromatic, textural, deeply flavoured wines that are at the same time precise, vibrant and distinctly regional. 

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