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Barolo Wines

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Indulge in the majesty of Barolo wines, often referred to as the "King of Wines." Hailing from Italy's Piedmont region, these rich and full-bodied reds promise a regal tasting experience. Browse our online selection to discover the opulence of Nebbiolo grapes aged to perfection. Whether you're seeking a bottle for a special occasion or looking to expand your collection, shop our Barolo range and savor the pinnacle of Italian viticulture.

Indulge in the majesty of Barolo wines, often referred to as the "King of Wines." Hailing from Italy's Piedmont region, these rich and full-bodied reds promise a regal tasting experience. Browse our online selection to discover the opulence of Nebbiolo grapes aged to perfection. Whether you're seeking a bottle for a special occasion or looking to expand your collection, shop our Barolo range and savor the pinnacle of Italian viticulture.
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  • G.D. Vajra Barolo Bricco delle Viole 2020

    $199.00
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  • Cavallotto Barolo Bricco Boschis 2018

    $197.55
    or $187.67 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • G.D. Vajra Barolo Albe 2020

    $109.00
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  • Giovanni Rosso Barolo Serra Serralunga d’Alba DOCG 2019

    $243.35
    or $231.18 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Massolino Barolo Vigna Rionda Riserva Etichetta Nera 2016

    $788.41
    or $748.99 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Massolino Barolo Vigna Rionda Riserva 2017

    $501.36
    or $476.29 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Lalù Barolo Le Coste di Monforte 2019

    $244.93
    or $232.68 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cavallotto Barolo Riserva Vignolo 2016

    $343.05
    or $325.90 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Luigi Baudana Baudana 2018

    $178.25
    or $169.34 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Luigi Baudana Cerretta 2018

    $178.25
    or $169.34 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Luigi Baudana Serralunga 2019

    $116.64
    or $110.81 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Poderi Aldo Conterno Barolo DOCG Romirasco 2018

    $577.99
    or $549.09 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Schiavenza Barolo Bricco Cerretta 2009

    $102.50
    or $97.37 in case of 12 bottles.
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Barolo, nestled within the picturesque landscape of the Langhe hills in Piedmont, holds a legendary status in the world of wine. Made exclusively from the Nebbiolo grape, Barolo wines possess a unique combination of richness, elegance, and longevity. Their signature deep garnet hue is accompanied by a complex bouquet of Barolo, nestled within the picturesque landscape of the Langhe hills in Piedmont, holds a legendary status in the world of wine. Made exclusively from the Nebbiolo grape, Barolo wines possess a unique combination of richness, elegance, and longevity. Their signature deep garnet hue is accompanied by a complex bouquet of roses, tar, and cherry, evolving beautifully as they age. The region's distinctive microclimate and calcareous-clay soils contribute to the wine's pronounced tannins and acidity, making them exceptionally age-worthy. As the years pass, a mature Barolo softens, revealing a harmonious interplay of flavors, with hints of truffle, dried fruit, and spices. Centuries of winemaking traditions in the Barolo region have refined cultivation and fermentation processes, ensuring each bottle offers a pure expression of its terroir. A glass of Barolo is not just a taste of wine but a journey through time and tradition. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Barolo?

Barolo is a small town located in the Piedmont region of northern Italy, nestled within the scenic Langhe hills. This region, with its undulating landscapes and historic vineyards, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, acknowledging its significant cultural and winemaking heritage. Only a short drive from Turin, the heart of Piedmont, Barolo is a magnet for wine enthusiasts, historians, and travelers seeking a taste of authentic Italian viticulture.

Are wines from Barolo good and affordable?

Wines from Barolo, often referred to as the "King of Wines," are renowned for their exceptional quality. Made from the Nebbiolo grape, they're characterized by rich flavors, deep complexity, and an ability to age gracefully. In terms of affordability, Barolo wines can be viewed as an investment. While there are younger, more accessible versions available at moderate price points, older vintages and those from prestigious producers can command higher prices. However, the price is reflective of the meticulous care, tradition, and expertise that goes into each bottle, making it a worthy addition to any wine collection.

What makes Barolo a special wine region?

What sets Barolo apart is its unique terroir. The region's microclimate, with warm days and cool nights, and its calcareous-clay soils contribute to the distinctive characteristics of Barolo wines. The misty hills of Langhe ensure the Nebbiolo grapes mature slowly, developing deep flavors and pronounced tannins. Additionally, the centuries-old winemaking traditions passed down through generations, coupled with modern innovations, make Barolo a repository of both history and contemporary wine expertise.

What type of wine is Barolo most known for?

Barolo is most renowned for its red wines made exclusively from the Nebbiolo grape. These wines are celebrated for their deep garnet hue, high tannin content, and complex flavors of roses, tar, cherries, and, as they age, hints of truffles and dried fruits. Aged Barolo wines, in particular, offer a harmonious blend of flavors and aromas, making them a favorite among wine connoisseurs worldwide.

What are the best wines from Barolo?

Determining the best wines from Barolo can be subjective as it depends on individual palate preferences. However, certain producers and vintages have gained international acclaim. Producers like Giacomo Conterno, Bruno Giacosa, and Aldo Conterno are often heralded for their exemplary Barolo wines. The region's Grand Cru vineyards, such as Cannubi, Sarmassa, and Rocche dell'Annunziata, consistently yield outstanding wines. While each vintage has its nuances, some, like the 2004, 2006, and 2010, are especially revered for their exceptional quality and aging potential.