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2016 Trediberri, Barolo, Rocche dell'Annunziata

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Regular price $100
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2016 Trediberri, Barolo, Rocche dell'Annunziata

Vinous

94

CellarTracker

93
Regular price $100
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Sourced from the oldest vines of the famed Rocche dell'Annunziata, dating back to 1955, long-owned by Federico Oberto. Fermented in concrete and aged about 20 months in large traditional casks. Known for its blend of intensity and finesse, La Morra's finest vineyard can stand the test of time but is deliciously deep and complex now with ample time in a decanter.

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A newer name in the context of the historic (read: transcendent) La Morra section of Barolo, Trediberri has a passionate trio behind it, dedicated to crafting profound examples of the legendary terroir.

Trediberri

Winemaker Nicola's father had family vines just outside of La Morra in Torriglione, and knowing his local terroirs well, Nicola, his father Federico and their partner smartly purchased 5 hectares in the historic section of Berri within La Morra. Limestone soils with sandstone interwoven create a unique clay-like soil, and was historically held to be a highly desired terroir; many of the vineyards were abandoned after the second World War, only to be revitalized by the trio who replanted it in 2007. With the vines coming of proper age, the resultant wines are highly perfumed with great finesse and astounding potential. 

The grapes from the Berri vines make up most of the production, but Federico's old vineyards in Torriglione and Rocche dell’Annunziata also contribute tremendous wines in Nicola's hands. Winemaking for the Nebbiolo wines is traditional: the grapes will soak for 3+ weeks during fermentation in concrete, and then will age for about 2 years in slavonian "botti" casks.

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Trediberri

A newer name in the context of the historic (read: transcendent) La Morra section of Barolo, Trediberri has a passionate trio behind it, dedicated to crafting profound examples of the legendary terroir.

Winemaker Nicola's father had family vines just outside of La Morra in Torriglione, and knowing his local terroirs well, Nicola, his father Federico and their partner smartly purchased 5 hectares in the historic section of Berri within La Morra. Limestone soils with sandstone interwoven create a unique clay-like soil, and was historically held to be a highly desired terroir; many of the vineyards were abandoned after the second World War, only to be revitalized by the trio who replanted it in 2007. With the vines coming of proper age, the resultant wines are highly perfumed with great finesse and astounding potential. 

The grapes from the Berri vines make up most of the production, but Federico's old vineyards in Torriglione and Rocche dell’Annunziata also contribute tremendous wines in Nicola's hands. Winemaking for the Nebbiolo wines is traditional: the grapes will soak for 3+ weeks during fermentation in concrete, and then will age for about 2 years in slavonian "botti" casks.


Vinous

Vinous

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The 2016 Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata offers quite a bit of richness and power - perhaps with a bit less of the finesse that is typical of this La Morra cru today, but that should come in time. Black cherry, plum, espresso, hard candy, licorice and dark spice notes build in a Barolo that is at once powerful and yet also sensual. The 2016 finishes with tremendous resonance and plenty of muscle in its big, hefty tannins. It would be nice to see a little more elegance, though. Hopefully that will come with time.

What the Critics are Saying

Vinous

Vinous

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The 2016 Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata offers quite a bit of richness and power - perhaps with a bit less of the finesse that is typical of this La Morra cru today, but that should come in time. Black cherry, plum, espresso, hard candy, licorice and dark spice notes build in a Barolo that is at once powerful and yet also sensual. The 2016 finishes with tremendous resonance and plenty of muscle in its big, hefty tannins. It would be nice to see a little more elegance, though. Hopefully that will come with time.