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LE VIGNE Barolo 2013


Tasting notes

The 2013 Barolo Le Vigne is the result of an extraordinary growing season that gave us wines of classic structure and long ageing potential.


The 2013 LV is still tight and reticent in the nose but shows development as aromas of dark fruits, violet, licorice and cola emerge with vigorous airing.

There are notes of red flowers, tobacco and black tea in the background that hint to its developing complexity.


On the palate, the wine feels both tight, expansive and stunningly long. There is a core of black fruits livened by the excellent acidity and sweet ripe tannins.


The finish shows spice and mineral notes as the black fruits linger on the tongue.



Ratings for the vintage 2013

Decanter 91 points 
Falstaff 96 Punkte
International Winereport 97 points
James Suckling 97 points
Vini Buoni 4 stelle
I Vini di Veronelli 3 stelle
Vinous 98 points
VITAE 4 viti
Wine Advocate 97 points
Wine Enthusiast 97 points 
Wine Spectator 95 point
Wine&Spirits 95 points 



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Evolution of the vintage 2013


Overall, it was a season characterized by a dual personality: after an initial cool and rainy phase, we had a second warmer and drier period that allowed the fruit to recover strongly and achieve highly satisfying results.


Even though the bud break took place during a period characterized by low temperatures and frequent rainfalls which made us fear a serious quality loss, by June the atmospheric conditions had markedly improved, and flowering happened under favorable conditions, resulting in a good fruit set.


The true turning point came in July with a period of stable weather.


Warm and bright days into October helped the phenolic development. The cool nights of the last period of maturation helped develop the best characteristics of Nebbiolo, thus obtaining grapes of excellent quality. In the end, we can say that the vineyard management was demanding, but have certainly made a difference and make the year 2013 a particularly good year.


Harvest took place from October 3rd until 24th




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