La Spinetta Barolo Campe Vursu 2012
La Spinetta Barolo Campe Vursu 2012
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WS 91
RP 93
BB 5
VT 4
JS 97
VO 94

La Spinetta, 0,75 l - 14.50%
100% Nebbiolo

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Piedmont - Italy
Red green still

How to serve

Serve at:

18 - 20°C.

Decanting time:

2 hours

Longevity:

Over 25 years

Glass:

La Spinetta Barolo Campe Vursu 2012

Colour

Deep, concentrated garnet.

Bouquet

Warm, rich with hints of forest fruits and spices, and well-balanced with wood.

Flavour

Balanced, fruity, soft with noble tannins, balanced with good acidity, and a very long and powerful finish.

Pairing

Ideal with roasts, fine meats, game, and well-structured dishes.

Pasta
Meat
Game
Cheese
Matured cheese
Pork

Features

Name La Spinetta Barolo Campe Vursu 2012
Type Red green still
Classification
Year 2012
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 14.50% by volume
Grape varieties 100% Nebbiolo
Country
Region Piedmont
Origin Town of Grinzane Cavour (Cuneo).
Climate Altitude: 280 m. a.s.l. Exposure: South.
Soil composition Limestone.
Cultivation system Guyot.
Harvest Early-Mid October.
Vinification Maceration and fermentation last 7-8 days in horizontal fermenters with temperature control. Malolactic fermentation takes place in wood.
Ageing Entirely in new, medium-toasted French barriques for 24 months.
Production year 10,000 bottles
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing Ideal with roasts, fine meats, game, and well-structured dishes.
On offer Price La Spinetta Barolo Campe Vursu 2012 HK$ 900.00 

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Vintage

Bibenda
 
2012
James Suckling
97/100 
2012
Robert Parker
93/100 
2012
Vinous
94/100 
2012
Vitae AIS
 
2012
Wine Spectator
91/100 
2012
xtraWine
96/100 
2012
Veronelli
 
2017
Gambero Rosso
 
2016
Veronelli
 
2016
Veronelli
 
2015
Gambero Rosso
 
2008
Veronelli
 
2008
Veronelli
 
2007
Veronelli
 
2004

The Rivetti family story begins in the 1890s, when Giovanni Rivetti left Piedmont for Argentina. Like many Italians of that time, he dreamed of returning rich and a powerful man, perhaps even one day able to make a great wine in his homeland. He nev...

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