The wines of Barolo have long been revered for their esteem, power, and longevity. These Nebbiolo-based wines have long been so highly regarded that the villages of Barolo were just one of three appellations awarded DOCG status when the classification was introduced in 1980. Despite Barolo being a relatively small appellation, the wines have the potential to show great diversity based on vineyard site, and winemaking and aging decisions.
Do you prefer a classic Barolo or a Riserva Barolo? How do the village Barolos compare to the in-demand single vineyard sites (MGAs)? Which approach to winemaking: traditional or modern styles? Does Barolo truly need years to become drinkable, and are they really worth the wait?
Join us on Thursday, February 17th at 305 Wines for a Barolo Tasting back to 1947 and answer these questions for yourself as we taste a completely unique lineup of 8 wines.
Here is the lineup:
- Elio Altare Barolo 2017
- Giacomo Conterno Barolo Cerretta 2015
- Rivetto Barolo Briccolina 2014
- Massolino Barolo Rionda Riserva 2014
- Chiara Boschis Barolo Mosconi 2012
- Michele Chiarlo Barolo Cannubi 1993
- Giacomo Borgogno Barolo Riserva 1978
- Giacomo Borgogno Barolo Riserva 1947 (not in the picture)
Alessandra Esteves, DipWSET, MW candidate will conduct the tasting. Space is extremely limited, so reserve now to secure your spot.
Date: February 17th, 2022, from 7 pm to 9pm.
Price: $269. Includes education, wines, food, water, and service.
Please note that this event is non-refundable, but you may transfer your registration to another person.
We have sourced and selected the wines carefully from several specialty merchants. The wines have arrived and look to be in good condition, and are ready to be opened.
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