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2019 Fratelli Alessandria Barolo San Lorenzo di Verduno

Availability:
Low stock
Original price $190.00 - Original price $190.00
Original price
$190.00
$190.00 - $190.00
Current price $190.00

Region: Piedmont, Italy

Grape: Nebbiolo

Culinary Suggestions: Truffle/Mushroom Dishes, Charcuterie, Roasted Meats


About

The heart of the winery lies in the large 18th century house with its understated yet majestic lines, very close to the historic centre of the village of Verduno.

Gian Battista, his wife Flavia, brother Alessandro and son Vittore are the proud custodians of the family’s winemaking tradition and passion, which date back over a century, and represent the seventh and eighth generations of winemakers (the first three generations as Fratelli Dabbene and then as Fratelli Alessandria following a marriage which took place in around 1870).

The winery vinifies only estate grown grapes and has maintained a family dimension. These qualities make it possible to establish a direct and “personal” relationship with the individual vineyards and barrels, an invisible but important connection that we hope will reach and inspire consumers when they drink our wines. - Winery Note


Tasting Notes

This vineyard delivers slightly more concentrated fruit and a medium-dark appearance from loamy calcareous soils. The 2019 Barolo San Lorenzo di Verduno delivers more oomph and power with ripe cherry, blackcurrant, dark spice and earthy aromas. Fratelli Alessandria makes some of the most harmonious wines in Verduno, and that quality comes through beautifully in this wine, despite the slightly more robust fruit weight delivered by San Lorenzo di Verduno. Only 5,000 bottles were made.

96 points - Monica Larner, Wine Advocate August 2023

Drink: 2025 - 2044