Barolo DOCG “Bricco Luciani”

Grape varietal: Nebbiolo
Soil: calcareous, sandy
Exposure: south/east
Harvest time: October
Bottles produced : 4.517 (vintage 2013)
Vinification: maceration in contact with the grape skins for a duration
of 10 days, alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks for 20 days, malolactic
fermentation and aged in French oak barrels for 18 months
In the glass: it presents itself as a wine with an enchanting bouquet,
with hints of rose, violet and red berries, with a marked elegance and
femininity and persistent richness to the palate

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Points

International Wine Report: 95 (Year 2010)
Robert Parker: 94 (Year 2010)
Wine Spectator: 93 points (Year 2011)
James Suckling: 94 points (Year 2011)
James Suckling: 94 points (Year 2012)
James Suckling: 95 points (Year 2013)
Wine Spectator: 92 points (Year 2013)
James Suckling: 88 points (Year 2014)
Wine Spectator : 92 points (Year 2014)