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The Three ‘Barolo’ Musketeers – Clerico, Vietti Castiglione & Benevelli Ravera 2013

Nebbiolo from Barolo (sub-region), Piedmont, Italy


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Each of these names alone are enough to have any Neb-Head drooling on their iThing at the very thought of cracking a bottle. Combine all three & you have a Neb-Coma on your hands!


Three very individual, and, different Neb’s, Benevilli the most feminine, all be it with on hell of a core of fruit. The Vietti, balanced and poised with so much nuance. The Clerico the most modern in style, yet, finding a balance that in time with secondary development will yield spectacular complexity. Wait a few years and crack them all at the same time with your wine loving friends!

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Why is this Wine so Yummy?

Domenico Clerico Barolo 2013

From one of the Barolo Boys, it’s only fitting that 2013 has ended up as the release in the year of Domenico’s Passing. A Barolo with a great purity of darker fruit, hints of tar, and, a perfumed lift of violets. Just a lick of oak adding to the wine’s complexity. Lovely generosity and length of fruit. Long even tannins.

Vietti Castiglione Barolo 2013

Every so often a vintage comes along that is deserved of the hype. The Vietti 2013’s are stunners! At almost 1/4 the price of the Cru’s the Castiglione is a bargain! Trademark Vietti, balance, poise, a delicious backbone of fruit. Put together with a level of restraint, resulting in great harmony.

Benevilli Piero Barolo ‘Ravera di Monforte’ 2013

There’s a subtlety that Massimo builds into his wines that beautifully present the fragrant fruit of his Nebbiolo wines. Perfumed fruit matches layered dense tannins. There’s a brooding darkness to the mid-palate, hints of woody herbs and tar. Vibrant and fresh with a lick of oak to support it without interfering. In need of further time in bottle to settle. Make sure to give it some air in glass.

Where in the world does the magic happen?

Barolo, Province of Cuneo, Italy

Barolo (sub-region)