Roberto Voerzio Langhe Nebbiolo Disanfrancesco
Roberto Voerzio is a winemaker renowned throughout the industry, both for producing exquisite wines, and for an attention to detail it would be difficult to surpass. In his scrupulous and skillful hands, his 2014 Langhe Nebbiolo takes the old-fashioned high-tannin style of the varietal and turns it on its head. The result is a complex amalgamation of floral, citrus, fruit and spice that competes favourably with the vast majority of Barolos, rather than with a traditional Nebbiolo. With only 650 dozen made each year, its a distinctive Nebbiolo at an extremely attractive price, from a producer hailed as ...one of the worlds most talented and passionate winemakers at work today - and one we encourage you to explore.
RIVETTO Nebbiolo, Langhe DOC (Cork)
Tar & Roses Nebbiolo
Don Lewis (ex Mitchelton) and Narelle King have come together to form Tar & Roses and this is the wine that encapsulates the winery name like no other. From their Heathcote vineyards this striking red shows flavours of dark berries, sweet fruit and wild flowers.
Elvio Cogno Montegrilli Nebbiolo
Elio Grasso Langhe Nebbiolo Gavarini
Elio Grassos Langhe Nebbiolo is a contemporary expression of Nebbiolo designed to create a more approachable style for drinking over the first 5 years of its life. The fruit comes from a south-facing 1.2 ha plot of slightly younger vines within the Gavarini vineyard, 350-380 meters above sea level, on relatively loose-packed, calcareous soil. Driven by rigorous attention to detail in the vineyard and picking at optimum phenolic maturity, the Grasso style is underscored by immaculate winemaking. The Langhe Nebbiolo is fermented in stainless steel and typically spends 20 days on skins, followed by 6-8 months maturation in stainless steel tanks. Micro-oxygenation is used judiciously for a softer mouthfeel.
This Barolo is a combination of fruit from Brezza's various vineyards around their hotel and other Barolo communes, Novello and Monforte d'Alba. Textbook and classy, with the characters of roses, cherry, herbs and fennel seed.
In 1904 a co-operative winery called Ai Vino Delle Langhe was founded and a young man who worked there was Alfred Prunotto. Prunotto took over the estate in 1922, giving it his own name and today it is run under the umbrella of the famous Marchesi Antinori family. Located in Alba the estate tends around 50 hectares of vineyards throughout the Langhe and Monferrato. This Nebbiolo is garnet red in colour, of good tonal intensity, complex in aroma with notes of red fruit and spices, full and velvety on the palate with a long finish and after taste. Its structured and full-bodied character make it an excellent match for meat dishes and for cheese.
Pio Cesare Il Nebbio
Five generations on, the Pio family are still producing amazing wines with a dedication to terroir and strict quality. This great Nebbiolo from the Lange sub-region of Piedmont shows strawberries and cherries on the nose, paving the way to savoury spice and earthy and chewy tannin on the palate. Showing excellent structure with a medium finish.
The negociant business built by Guiseppe Manfredi and his sons tap into lifelong relationships and knowledge of nearly every good vineyard in the region. This distinctive Barbaresco has characters of strawberry, red fruits, orange and violets and a fresh, lively, tingling palate.
Manfredi Patrizi Barolo
Aromas of roses and liquorice bound with firm tannins.
Longview Riserva Nebbiolo
Longview Vineyard is planted to a number of different Nebbiolo clones. Based on clonal selection with a superior track record, a selection of clones has been selected for this Riserva Nebbiolo project, which strives to produce the most essential and refined character of this variety in our vineyard. Alluring and intense fragrance of cherry, tar, roses and violets with underlying restrained French oak. Rich supple fruit with wonderfully silky texture firm ripe tannins drive through a beautifully balanced and long finish.