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Camparo - Barolo DOCG Boiolo 2016 Camparo - Barolo DOCG Boiolo 2016

Camparo - Barolo DOCG Boiolo 2016

The 'King' of Italian Reds.

Single Bottle:

In stock



Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:15.5%



Tasting Notes

Azienda Agricola Camparo stands as a testament to three generations of dedicated vignerons. With deep-rooted respect for organic traditions, they craft illustrious reds like Barolo and Nebbiolo. Their Barolo Boiolo 2016 is a visual and aromatic masterpiece, painting the glass with brick-red hues, seducing with notes of coffee, tobacco, and red berries, and tantalizing the palate with its powerful elegance.

Technical Info



Organic Certification:ECOGROUP - IT-BIO-008/V723

Country of Origin:Italy

Serving Temperature:16-18°C

Drink By:2034

Wine Ageing:24-Month in 2500L French oak barrels

Winemaking Style:Traditional

Harvest:Hand-harvested mid-to-late October

Winemaking:Grapes undergo pressing and are transferred to temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. Traditional fermentation involves daily pumping over for at least 30 days. In particularly favorable years, an ancient "splinting" technique is employed, allowing the skins to remain submerged in the must for roughly 40 days, enhancing aroma and flavor extraction. Following this process, the wine is racked and moved to 25 hl French oak barrels.

Viticulture:The vineyard in La Morra, with plants aged between 20 to 50 years, benefits from a south-east to south exposure, is rooted in clayey-calcareous and calcareous-siliceous soils known as Sant'Andrea Marl, and stands at an altitude of 250 meters above sea level.

Food Pairing:Beef bourguignon, Braised lamb shanks, Truffle risotto, Beef wellington, Wild boar Pappardelle, Grilled porcini mushrooms, Veal chop, Pork osso buco, Flank steak, T-bone steak.

Reviews and Accolades



Decanter Magazine

The nose is pretty, with raspberry and strawberry aromas. It's firm on the palate, spicy with tobacco tones, linear and lacking some flesh but vigorous and perky, with good acidity and length.

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Nestled within the picturesque landscapes of Piedmont's Langhe region, Camparo Winery paints a vivid portrait of a land steeped in history, perseverance, and agricultural artistry. In the heart of this captivating terrain, the Camparo Farm has thrived for three generations as a testament to family-driven success. For decades, the Camparo family has wholeheartedly dedicated themselves to viticulture, guided by a production philosophy rooted in responsible land management and an unwavering commitment to the purity of winemaking. In 2000, under Mauro's leadership, they embraced organic farming practices, earning certification as pioneers in the Langhe region. Their triumph lies in the harmonious blend of tradition and innovation.

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