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Barbera d'Asti Superiore

Enzo Bartoli Barbera d’Asti is from Nizza. Nizza is a Cru near Monferrato that today is considered the best for the grape variety Barbera. Over half the Barbera in Piemonte is produced around the towns of Alba, Asti, and Monferrato. Barbera is a popular grape with a clear home in Piemonte so popular in fact it has long been called the wine of the people. The Barbera grape ripens earlier than Nebbiolo making it easier to manage and a staple for the growers in the region. Superiore means that the wine has aged at least 14 months before release, 6 of which must be in oak.
Enzo Bartoli Barbera d’Asti Superiore is ready to drink now or age for another 2 to 3 years. Also available as magnum.

Alcohol: 14% Vintage: 2015 Grape Variety: Barbera Price: (market price)
Appellation: DOCG Barbera d’Asti Superiore
Tasting notes: An elegant, concentrated wine with tones of red berries, cherry, spices, and a touch of vanilla and licorice. The wine is fruity, with fresh acidity and balanced tannins with a long silky finish.

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Barolo

The grapes come from selected plots in Barolo to create the most complex wine possible. The wine is made from 100% Nebbiolo, a slower ripening grape that needs a long growth period to produce great wines. Nebbiolo is harvested as late, sometimes as late at October or November. During the autumn it is very common for the Barolo region to see a lot of fog, “nebbia” in Italian, which is where the variety, Nebbiolo, gets its name. Barolo has a rich history which has always been marked by reverence earning the wines the nick name “king of wines and wine of kings”.
Complex fruit, fine aromas, high acidity and marked tannins are all typical of a Nebbiolo wine.
All of these qualities make Barolo a perfect match to fall and winter foods.
Enzo Bartoli Barolo is ready to drink now or age for 5 to 10 years.

Alcohol: 14% Vintage: 2014 Grape Variety: Nebbiolo Price: (market price)
Appellation: DOCG Barolo
Tasting notes: A full bodied, complex and elegant wine with an elegant ripeness.
Shows a wine typical of Nebbiolo but with a relatively concentrated style. Long and velvety with tones of black cherry, roses, reships, mineral tea, and oak.
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Cortese

Cortese is a grape with a deep heritage in Piemonte where records show Cortese being grown as early at the 700s. Enzo Bartoli Cortese comes from the hills around Tortona, near Gavi, where the most high-quality fruit is grown. In order to show Cortese at its best and give the wine a perfect balance we have declassified DOCG Gavi to Cortese DOC in order to blend the Cortese with 4% Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is in perfect balance with the Sauvignon Blanc that gives a touch more acidity and freshness to the wine, with a little age, the wine will develop honeyed tones. Cortese is drank on its own or with fresh seafood dishes or salads.
Enzo Bartoli Cortese is ready to drink now or age for 1 to 2 years.

Alcohol: 12% Vintage: 2016 Grape Variety: Cortese Price: (market price)
Appellation: DOC Piemonte
Tasting notes: The wine is fruity and flowery with hints of lemon, line, apple, mineral and peach with a long nutty finish.
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Rosato

This dry, fresh, light pink rosé wine is made from two local grapes, Barbera and Dolcetto. To give the wine a summery character the grapes are harvested a few weeks earlier than normal. The notably light color to Enzo Bartoli Rosato follows the current trend of fresh, light, crisp rosé wines. Enzo Bartoli Rosato is generous in its youthful nose with tones of apple, elderflower, peach, red currant, grapefruit and wild strawberry. The wine has an intense mid-pallet with notes of sun ripened raspberry, wild strawberry with red grapefruit. The wine is often drank as an aperitif but also pairs wonderfully to light salads, grilled fish, asian cuisine, and light meat like the classic Vitello Tonnato.
Enzo Bartoli Rosato is ready to drink now.

Alcohol: 12% Vintage: 2017 Grape Variety: Barbera, Dolcetto Price: (market price)
Appellation: DOC Piemonte
Tasting notes:  A fresh wine with red berry tones. Wild strawberry, red grapefruit, citrus and herbs with a lovely flowery tone.
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Langhe Nebbiolo

Langhe Nebbiolo is a well-made and extremely useful wine. The Nebbiolo grapes come from young vines the best vineyards in the region. Langhe Nebbiolo does not need as much time to open up as its big brother wines in Barolo and Barbaresco. The world renown wine critic Jancis Robinson named 2015 in Piemonte as an exceptional vintage. Piemonte is known for its powerful and elegant wines, Langhe Nebbiolo is no exception with its complex fruit, elegant aromas, high acidity and marked tannins. Enzo Bartoli Langhe Nebbiolo is a textbook example of a Langhe Nebbiolo full of red berry, rose hips, and elegant rose tones.
Enzo Bartoli Langhe Nebbiolo is ready to drink now or age for 3 to 5 years.

Alcohol: 13,5% Vintage: 2015 Grape Vareity: Nebbiolo Price: 149 kr
Appellation: DOC Langhe Nebbiolo
Tasting Notes:  An elegant and nuanced wine with red berries, rose hips, spices and roses.
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Dolcetto

Dolcetto is first and foremost a local grape in Piedmont that sometimes unfairly get stuck in the shadow of the other great grapes of the region.

Although the wine is one of the most accessible and easy drinkable wines that the region has to offer.

Despite the fact that dolcetto means the little sweet one this is of course a dry wine. It has notes of dark cherries, blueberries and spice and sweet almonds in the flavor profile. It’s an elegant wine with soft tannins. Dolcetto is best enjoyed today but can be stored for a few years.

Serve it at around 18 degrees Celsius for the best experience and eat with pasta, pizza or light meat dishes.

Alcohol: 13% Vintage: 2017 Grape: Dolcetto Price: 99 sek
DOC Piemonte
Flavor profile:  Nuanced taste of dark cherries, blueberries and sweet almonds