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Roberto Sarotto Terra Dei Celti Barolo DOCG 2017

''Aromas of rosehip, cherry, sage and mint with tactile minerality giving elegance and depth, mature, complete and elegant Barolo, which is already accessible.'' 92+ Points, Ulrich Sautter, Falstaff Wine Guide

Hi Folks, The small family run Roberto Sarotto winery in Piedmont has a serious track record when it comes to producing quality Italian wines: You might remember the 2013 Barbaresco Riserva (Platinum Trophy for Best wine on show at the Decanter World Wine Awards) or perhaps the 2020 Puro Chardonnay (Awarded 99 Points by Luca Maroni and named Italian White Wine of the Year! If those accolades aren't enough, they've also gone on to receive a staggering 16 x Gold Medals from prestigious International Wine Competition within the last 2 years alone!  But its not just Awards or Trophies that they're known for, for us what also sets them truly apart from a lot of Piemontese wine imported in Australia is their truly excellent value for money. This is best demonstrated with the release of their 2017 Roberto Sarotto Terra Dei Celti Barolo DOCG which so happens to be our first featured Nebbiolo for 2024 and one of the finest approachable Barolo's we're ever had the privilege of tasting over the last 10+ years at European Wine Store! Barolo is for many people their favourite wine, a joie de vivre; often referred to as the king of Italian wine. However given its status and growing reputation its comes with a premium price for most budgets. That's why we're so excited to bring to you one of the best value Barolo's in Australia, available right now for the bargain price of just $57.90!

''Aromas of rosehip, cherry, sage and mint. On the palate,  juiciness dominates the tannin, tactile minerality gives elegance and depth, a mature, complete and elegant Barolo, which is already accessible.'' 92+ Points, Ulrich Sautter, Falstaff Wine Guide

''Barolo's are encapsulated by the soils, hills, winds and genius of the Langhe. Barolo owns the title of “Grand Italian Wine” and for good reason.'' Michael Godel,

“There is plenty to like about the 2017's they're mid-weight Barolos with the classic structure of Nebbiolo. They are often intensely aromatic. Acids and tannins are prominent in many wines. The fruit profiles are ripe, often distinctly red toned. Perhaps most importantly, the 2017 Barolo's are very true to site. The best 2017's are exceptionally polished, vivid and flat-out delicious.” Antonio Galloni

 ''Barolo, the King of Italy, is in a league of its own, but seasoned wine consumers should never write it off for value.''


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