Chionetti Barolo Roncaglie 2017

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Vintage: 2017
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The Chionetti Barolo Roncaglie 2017, a masterpiece crafted by winemaker Nicola Chionetti from the renowned Chionetti Quinto e Figlio winery in the Barolo D.o.c.g. denomination. This exceptional wine, made exclusively from 100% Nebbiolo grapes grown in the elevated Roncaglie vineyard in La Morra municipality, is a true expression of the Piedmont terroir.

In the glass, this Barolo reveals a beguiling ruby-red hue with a slight opalescent quality. On the nose, it offers a delightful interplay of aromas. In its youthful state, you’ll be greeted by an enticing bouquet of ripe peaches, Marasca cherries, and dried roses, all complemented by subtle hints of spice and licorice.

As you savor this wine, you’ll experience its full-bodied character, marked by a dense yet impeccably balanced tannic structure. It elegantly dances on the palate, showcasing the meticulous craftsmanship that has gone into its creation. The finish is refreshingly crisp, leaving a lasting impression that lingers, beckoning you to take another sip.

The Chionetti Barolo Roncaglie 2017 embodies the essence of Barolo, offering complexity, finesse, and a sense of place that is truly remarkable. It’s a wine that will continue to evolve and improve with age, making it a worthy addition to any collector’s cellar. With just around 4,400 bottles produced, this wine is a rare gem that deserves your attention.




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Nebbiolo is a red grape varietal that has been synonymous with high-quality Italian wines for centuries. Its name is believed to derive from the Italian word "nebbia," meaning "fog," possibly...Please check Nebbiolo for more information

Winemaker of Chionetti Barolo Roncaglie 2017

Nicola Chionetti

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