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Erbaluna - Barolo DOCG Piccole Vigne 2016 Erbaluna - Barolo DOCG Piccole Vigne 2016

Erbaluna - Barolo DOCG Piccole Vigne 2016

Artisanal Barolo, Made Approachable

Single Bottle:

In stock



Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:14.1%



Tasting Notes

In the world of small-parcel Barolo, renowned sites often steal the limelight. Nevertheless, the Oberto family cultivates several smaller vineyards whose yields don't warrant individual vinification. From these lesser-known plots, they've crafted an accessible Barolo, exclusively available here at an attractive price. This wine reveals a classic and delicate violet aroma, along with a smooth taste that carries hints of tobacco and black truffle.

Technical Info



Organic Certification:IT-BIO-006

Country of Origin:Italy

Serving Temperature:15-18°C

Sugar Residual:1.8 g/l

Drink By:2028

Wine Ageing:24 Months in large oak casks

Winemaking Style:Traditional


Winemaking:18-24 days with floating cap, pumped over 4-6 times a day. Ageing: The wine ages slowly in 30-33 hectolitre barrels for 24 months.

Viticulture:Calcareous, clayey soil. South-easterly exposure. Altitude: Approx. 250 to 280 metres above sea level.

Food Pairing:Mushroom risotto, White truffle, Osso buco, Roast beef, Rib-eye steak.

Taste Profile


Full Body





Tannins (Bitterness)



Erbaluna, a name synonymous with tradition, character, and charm, represents the Oberto family's cherished winery. Like many wineries in Piedmont, the Obertos have embraced modernization while preserving their deep-rooted traditions. New fermentation tanks have been introduced to enhance the extraction of fruit, aromas, and color, resulting in shorter maceration times. The wines exhibit a well-structured tannin framework, now finely woven, making them more approachable in their youth while retaining their aging potential. These wines offer an optimal price-quality ratio, outshining many conventional Barolos of similar quality at higher prices. The Rocche dell'Annunziata vineyard, in the heart of Barolo's epicenter in La Morra, is a prized possession of the Oberto family. Their Barolos' remarkable aging potential continues to captivate us, especially when we uncork an old vintage from our collection.

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