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It's no secret that Vietti is one of the best wineries in all of Piedmont. For 4 generations they've made incredible wines, and they just get better and better. So this mixed case combines two of our favourite things: the wines of Vietti, and 1.5L (magnum) formats. This case has one magnum of each of the below wines.
Roero Arneis 2019 (91 points, Wine Advocate): Vietti's 2019 Roero Arneis is fresh, zesty and upfront. This delightfully informal white wine lays it all out there, and there's a lot to love. The Arneis grape reveals glossy, polished aromas in which citrus and peach are offset by a touch of squeaky natural rubber. I happen to love those aromas. Vietti offers a very clean and authentic expression of the variety.
Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco 2017 (92 points, Wine Advocate): A wine with a diehard fan club, the Vietti 2017 Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco drinks like a young Barolo but costs a fraction of the price. I really need to say little more because that accurately sums up the vast appeal of this classic and versatile Nebbiolo. The bouquet is expressive and fresh with wild berries, blue flowers, spice and tobacco.
Barbera d'Asti La Crena 2017 (94 points, Wine Advocate): The 2017 Barbera d'Asti La Crena opens to all the sunshine, exuberance and richness that come with wines from this vintage. Barbera is one of the few grapes in Italy's repertoire of indigenous varieties that welcomes the summer heat ("bring it on," it beckons). It maintains its acidity and tart berry profile despite the soaring temperatures. This is more evident with fruit from the Asti area. This wine offers textual weight all backed by tangy freshness. La Crena is partially made with fruit from old vines, planted some 90 years ago.
|Format:||3 x 1500ml|
|Varietal(s):||Arneis, Barbera, Nebbiolo
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