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Domenico Clerico Barolo 2019


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  • Soil Type: The vineyards for this Barolo are typically characterized by calcareous marl soil, which is known for its ability to produce structured and complex wines.
  • Elevation: The vineyards are located at varying elevations in the Barolo region, contributing to the complexity and depth of the wine.
  • Grape: 100% Nebbiolo.
  • Winemaking: The wine undergoes traditional winemaking processes, with aging in oak to develop its distinctive profile.
  • Farming Practices: Domenico Clerico is known for a combination of traditional and modern farming practices, focusing on quality and expression of terroir.
  • Tasting Notes: The 2019 vintage presents a rich and complex profile, with aromas of macerated cherry, mint, spices, and orange peel. On the palate, it offers flavors of red and black berries, with nuances of tobacco, leather, and a hint of dried flowers. The wine is structured, with ripe tannins and a vibrant finish, marked by notes of dried cherries, smoked meat, and a touch of dark chocolate.
  • Pairing: This Barolo pairs well with rich meat dishes, truffles, aged cheeses, and hearty stews, making it a perfect choice for a sophisticated dining experience.

The Domenico Clerico Barolo 2019 is a testament to the winery's commitment to quality and the expression of the unique terroir of Barolo. Its complexity and depth make it a wine that can be enjoyed now or aged for further development.

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Nested in northwestern Italy, Piedmont is a region that oozes with charm and allure. Home to some of the world’s most highly regarded wines like Barolo and Barbaresco, Piedmont is a treasure trove of wine delights. The hilly region is planted to a host of local grapes, but it’s the noble Nebbiolo which takes center stage.


Nebbiolo, a prestigious grape from Italy's Piedmont region, is celebrated for its profound truffle and rose aromas, complex flavors, and ability to age gracefully thanks to strong acidity and tannins, producing the renowned Barolo and Barbaresco wines.