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 of the worlds most talented and passionate winemakers at work today - and one we encourage you to explore.

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