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Roberto Voerzio

Roberto Voerzio Barolo La Serra

The fruit for this Barolo from Roberto Voerzio is sourced from the La Serra vineyard. The wine spends two years in used barriques and 15 hectolitre casks, eight months in steel, eight months in bottle. Similar to the Brunate (which neighbours this cru), the La Serra is classically powerful and tannic, showing darker fruit aromatics alongside classic Barolo characters of tar and roses.

Roberto Voerzio Torriglione, Barolo

Roberto Voerzio Rocche Dell'annunziata

Roberto Voerzio Casa Nere

Roberto Voerzio Cerequio

Roberto Voerzio Cerequio Barolo The south/southeast-facing vineyard of Cerequioone of the most prestigious Crus in the commune of La Morra if not all of Barolosits at 270-320m asl. The older vines are pruned for low yields with an aggressive green harvest followed by trimming the bunches to about 500g of fruit per plant. The fruit is harvested by hand (in late September, early October) and fermented on indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged for two years in older French oak barrels and 20 hectolitre botti followed by an additional eight months in tank. It spends further eight months in bottle before release.

Roberto Voerzio Barolo Riserva 10 Anni Case Nere

Robert Voerzio is a man who elegantly pushed his belief, philosophy and region forward through making some of of the most eternal and long-lived Barolo. This is such a polished and thought provoking wine with hazelnut characters, a wonderful vintage.

Roberto Voerzio Dolcetto Dalba Priavino

A beautiful 100% Dolcetto from Estate vines in La Morra. This silky wine would pair wonderfully with grilled chicken, salumi with truffles or pasta. Aromas of plum, black cherries, herbs and lavender this wine shows impressive depth.

Roberto Voerzio Barolo Cerequio

The south/southeast-facing vineyard of Cerequioone of the most prestigious Crus in the commune of La Morra if not all of Barolosits at 270-320m asl. The older vines are pruned for low yields with an aggressive green harvest followed by trimming the bunches to about 500g of fruit per plant. The fruit is harvested by hand (in late September, early October) and fermented on indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged for two years in older French oak barrels and 20 hectolitre botti followed by an additional eight months in tank. It spends further eight months in bottle before release.

Roberto Voerzio La Serra

Roberto Voerzio Fossati

Roberto Voerzio Fossati Barolo The Fossati is a descentdaent of the Fossati Case Nere 10 Anni Riserva. This wine offers a dual education in the power and robustness of relatively younger vineyard Barolo (it is more Barolo than La Morra) and the lamentable predictability of Italian bureaucratic nonsense. Owing to a change in the regulations, Roberto Voerzio had to change tack from his doppio cru reserve Barolo, known as Fossati Case Nere, as producers can only put the name of the winery, the region, sub-region or the particular cru on the label. You might think this is a reasonable stipulation, and, in truth, it is. What was so predictably lamentable is that it took so long. Now Roberto keeps the Case Nere for his Riserva and the Fossati for the Young Turk of Barolo that we may enjoy now. The 2015 was the first vintage of this wine.