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Gioso Langhe Nebbiolo 2021

Nebbiolo | Roero, Italy

A Baby Neb from the Family that Brought us the 8 Cru's, Sordo! This is your New House Neb! Along with Benevelli’s & Boasso Langhe Neb the GIOSO Nebbiolo d'Alba is Australia’s new house Neb! Grown on the sunny, steep, sandy vineyards of the Roero region in between the left bank of the Tanaro river and the nearby Langhe region. It sees 9 months in large old oak before a short spell in tank and some bottle time. The Roero is making excellent Nebbiolo. Many of you will know Sandro
$51
$48ea in any 3+
$45ea in any 6+

Vietti Arneis 2022

Arneis | Roero, Italy

Arneis makes such beautiful wine. Morish and refreshing. A beautiful wine! Arneis makes such beautiful wine. Vietti's has a sophistication that gives restraint to the core of fruit that has great depth and length. Maple and a hint of baking spice layer on top of white nectarine and friends. Supple with just an edge of chalking phenolic grip, it has that wondeful silvery line of bitterness that cleans he palate up so well. Morish and refreshing. A beautiful wine! "... In 1967 I experimented wi
$57
$54ea in any 3+
$51ea in any 6+
For all the many great things that can be told about Giacosa’s red wines, it is the Arneis that maybe typifies the great qualities of Bruno Giacosa the man. In the early 1970’s, this was an indigenous variety almost entirely lost to the region’s obsession with red wines (at the time mainly Dolcetto) that was ‘rediscovered’ by Alfredo Currado of Vietti and Giacosa very shortly after. The two are almost solely responsible for Arneis’ current importance in the region, especially in Roer
$80
$76ea in any 3+
$72ea in any 6+
For all the many great things that can be told about Giacosa’s red wines, it is the Arneis that maybe typifies the great qualities of Bruno Giacosa the man. In the early 1970’s, this was an indigenous variety almost entirely lost to the region’s obsession with red wines (at the time mainly Dolcetto) that was ‘rediscovered’ by Alfredo Currado of Vietti and Giacosa very shortly after. The two are almost solely responsible for Arneis’ current importance in the region, especially in Roer
$86
$82ea in any 3+
$78ea in any 6+
My two favourite Neb's from Sandrone came from the polar opposites of the price spectrum. The Valmaggiore at under a $100 is around 1/10th the price of the Vite Talin, Sandrone's super cuvée. Sandrone’s Valmaggiore is a different expression of Nebbiolo to those from the nearby Barolo and Barbaresco. Lovely perfume and density. Florals with dusty mid-palate tannins. Mineral, graphite feel to it. A nice spice. Loads of finesse and elegance. Closer to Barbaresco than Barolo. It shows just how
$104
$99ea in any 3+
$94ea in any 6+
My two favourite Neb's from Sandrone came from the polar opposites of the price spectrum. The Valmaggiore at under a $100 is around 1/10th the price of the Vite Talin, Sandrone's super cuvée. Sandrone’s Valmaggiore is a different expression of Nebbiolo to those from the nearby Barolo and Barbaresco. Superb. Elegance and restraint with intensity and depth. Delicate super fine tannins gently dust the palate with a gentle grip. Sour red cherry perfectly supported by a beautifully weighted co
$104
$99ea in any 3+
$94ea in any 6+
Giacosa’s Nebbiolo d’Alba uses fruit sourced solely from the Roero area, and the wine alongside both the Arneis and Nebbiolo Valmaggiore from here have a long and storied history with Bruno Giacosa. It is no coincidence that 1974 saw the first bottling of both Arneis and Nebbiolo d’Alba from Giacosa, as they were sourced from the same growers. The same is mostly true today, and where the Arneis is grown in the predominantly North-facing slopes of the vineyards in Roero, the Nebbiolo comes
$118
$113ea in any 3+
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Known above all for the exceptional quality of the wines Giacosa has produced over the years, Valmaggiore still represents the peak of value in the current range. A wonderful vineyard site now popularised by a handful of producers including Giacosa, the Valmaggiore bottling displays a noticeable step up in nuance and structure to the ‘regular’ Nebbiolo d’Alba which comes from various sites in Roero. Nebbiolo’s typical red fruits and red rose are abundant in the Nebbiolo Valmaggiore, w
$168
$161ea in any 3+
$154ea in any 6+
My two favourite Neb's from Sandrone came from the polar opposites of the price spectrum. The Valmaggiore at under a $100 is around 1/10th the price of the Vite Talin, Sandrone's super cuvée. Sandrone’s Valmaggiore is a different expression of Nebbiolo to those from the nearby Barolo and Barbaresco. Superb. Elegance and restraint with intensity and depth. Delicate super fine tannins gently dust the palate with a gentle grip. Sour red cherry perfectly supported by a beautifully weighted co
$222
$212ea in any 3+
$202ea in any 6+