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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva

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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva 2007

Winery Information:
Michele Chiarlo is one of Piemonte's truly great winemakers. The family owns 60 hectares of vineyards in three of the classic growing areas - Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi and also have access to another 50 hectares through their long-term relationship with growers. Stefano Chiarlo heads the technical staff overseeing the vineyards and viticulture. Stefano's ethos can be summed up thus: a balanced or rigorous pruning depending on the oenological goals, a technique of guided pest control using products with no enviromental impact, meticulous manual thinning-out of the grape clusters, tuffing between the rows, no use of anti-mould products. The Dolcetto is a wonderful grape, spritzy and spicy with great acidity; La Court (the first wine ever made by Michele) is the big seller and rightly so, with its beautiful balance and wild berry fruit; the highlight for many are the Barolos, with Cerequio being one of the most lauded vineyards in the whole of Barolo. The one which has them queueing round the block is the classy Nivole, a fantastically refreshing Moscato. Michele Chiarlo wines continue to win awards worldwide.
 
Viticulture:
Guyot
 
Soil:
Calcareous Sant'Agata marl
 
Vinification:
Submerged-cap fermentation in oak vats for 18-20 days. Maturedfor 12 months in 700L barrels then refined in largr barrels for 2 years. The wine is then bottled without filtration and left to rest in bottle for at least 24 months before release.
 
Tasting Note:
A rare Riserva produced from historic cru Cerequio and only produced in especially prestigious years. Extraordinary complexity, elegance and pleasingly fresh. Evident notes of red-berried fruit, chocolate, mint and very delicate spices together with balsamic notes typical of this cru. Will age well for up to 20 years.
 
Every day serving suggestion:
Delicious with feathered game, delicate sweetbreads and dishes with porcini mushrooms. 
 

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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva

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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva 2007

Winery Information:
Michele Chiarlo is one of Piemonte's truly great winemakers. The family owns 60 hectares of vineyards in three of the classic growing areas - Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi and also have access to another 50 hectares through their long-term relationship with growers. Stefano Chiarlo heads the technical staff overseeing the vineyards and viticulture. Stefano's ethos can be summed up thus: a balanced or rigorous pruning depending on the oenological goals, a technique of guided pest control using products with no enviromental impact, meticulous manual thinning-out of the grape clusters, tuffing between the rows, no use of anti-mould products. The Dolcetto is a wonderful grape, spritzy and spicy with great acidity; La Court (the first wine ever made by Michele) is the big seller and rightly so, with its beautiful balance and wild berry fruit; the highlight for many are the Barolos, with Cerequio being one of the most lauded vineyards in the whole of Barolo. The one which has them queueing round the block is the classy Nivole, a fantastically refreshing Moscato. Michele Chiarlo wines continue to win awards worldwide.
 
Viticulture:
Guyot
 
Soil:
Calcareous Sant'Agata marl
 
Vinification:
Submerged-cap fermentation in oak vats for 18-20 days. Maturedfor 12 months in 700L barrels then refined in largr barrels for 2 years. The wine is then bottled without filtration and left to rest in bottle for at least 24 months before release.
 
Tasting Note:
A rare Riserva produced from historic cru Cerequio and only produced in especially prestigious years. Extraordinary complexity, elegance and pleasingly fresh. Evident notes of red-berried fruit, chocolate, mint and very delicate spices together with balsamic notes typical of this cru. Will age well for up to 20 years.
 
Every day serving suggestion:
Delicious with feathered game, delicate sweetbreads and dishes with porcini mushrooms. 
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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva

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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva 2007

Winery Information:
Michele Chiarlo is one of Piemonte's truly great winemakers. The family owns 60 hectares of vineyards in three of the classic growing areas - Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi and also have access to another 50 hectares through their long-term relationship with growers. Stefano Chiarlo heads the technical staff overseeing the vineyards and viticulture. Stefano's ethos can be summed up thus: a balanced or rigorous pruning depending on the oenological goals, a technique of guided pest control using products with no enviromental impact, meticulous manual thinning-out of the grape clusters, tuffing between the rows, no use of anti-mould products. The Dolcetto is a wonderful grape, spritzy and spicy with great acidity; La Court (the first wine ever made by Michele) is the big seller and rightly so, with its beautiful balance and wild berry fruit; the highlight for many are the Barolos, with Cerequio being one of the most lauded vineyards in the whole of Barolo. The one which has them queueing round the block is the classy Nivole, a fantastically refreshing Moscato. Michele Chiarlo wines continue to win awards worldwide.
 
Viticulture:
Guyot
 
Soil:
Calcareous Sant'Agata marl
 
Vinification:
Submerged-cap fermentation in oak vats for 18-20 days. Maturedfor 12 months in 700L barrels then refined in largr barrels for 2 years. The wine is then bottled without filtration and left to rest in bottle for at least 24 months before release.
 
Tasting Note:
A rare Riserva produced from historic cru Cerequio and only produced in especially prestigious years. Extraordinary complexity, elegance and pleasingly fresh. Evident notes of red-berried fruit, chocolate, mint and very delicate spices together with balsamic notes typical of this cru. Will age well for up to 20 years.
 
Every day serving suggestion:
Delicious with feathered game, delicate sweetbreads and dishes with porcini mushrooms. 
 

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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva

Product Code: 5224507A
Brand: Michele Chiarlo wines
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Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo DOCG Riserva 2007

Winery Information:
Michele Chiarlo is one of Piemonte's truly great winemakers. The family owns 60 hectares of vineyards in three of the classic growing areas - Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi and also have access to another 50 hectares through their long-term relationship with growers. Stefano Chiarlo heads the technical staff overseeing the vineyards and viticulture. Stefano's ethos can be summed up thus: a balanced or rigorous pruning depending on the oenological goals, a technique of guided pest control using products with no enviromental impact, meticulous manual thinning-out of the grape clusters, tuffing between the rows, no use of anti-mould products. The Dolcetto is a wonderful grape, spritzy and spicy with great acidity; La Court (the first wine ever made by Michele) is the big seller and rightly so, with its beautiful balance and wild berry fruit; the highlight for many are the Barolos, with Cerequio being one of the most lauded vineyards in the whole of Barolo. The one which has them queueing round the block is the classy Nivole, a fantastically refreshing Moscato. Michele Chiarlo wines continue to win awards worldwide.
 
Viticulture:
Guyot
 
Soil:
Calcareous Sant'Agata marl
 
Vinification:
Submerged-cap fermentation in oak vats for 18-20 days. Maturedfor 12 months in 700L barrels then refined in largr barrels for 2 years. The wine is then bottled without filtration and left to rest in bottle for at least 24 months before release.
 
Tasting Note:
A rare Riserva produced from historic cru Cerequio and only produced in especially prestigious years. Extraordinary complexity, elegance and pleasingly fresh. Evident notes of red-berried fruit, chocolate, mint and very delicate spices together with balsamic notes typical of this cru. Will age well for up to 20 years.
 
Every day serving suggestion:
Delicious with feathered game, delicate sweetbreads and dishes with porcini mushrooms. 
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