Oddero Barolo Vigna Rionda
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Ruby-red colour with garnet tinges, the bouquet has echoes of tobacco, forest floor, tea leaves and liquorice, with pleasant hints of cassis. Powerful and decisive tannins, splendidly mellowed, mouth-filling and persistent on the palate.
Barolo Vigna Rionda is an extremely long-lived, robust wine. It boasts an intense and spicy bouquet. It is well structured, complex and captivating, year after year.
|AWN Wine Style|
|AWN Wine Style||Medium Bodied Red|
|Short Tasting Notes||Tobacco. Tea Leaves. Liquorice. Cassis. Complex & Captivating!|
|Why AWN Pick This Wine||Mature, complex and captivating wine in a perfect parcel.|
|Recognitions||94pts – Wine Advocate|
|Food Pairing||Osso Buco, Roasted Goose, Duck, Mushroom Risotto|
|VARIETAL - RED GRAPES||Nebbiolo|
*Estate & Winery since 1878*
*Organic Wine Growing*
*Served in some Michelin star restaurants - 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana in Hong Kong *
Oddero-is one of the oldest & traditional Italian families owed wineries which is widely recognized with its wines very well-appreciated not only in Italy but in the international market.
After 150 years of activity, the historical winery is run today by sisters Maria Cristina and Maria Vittoria, who are passionate about wine. They took over from their father Giacomo and are assisted by their children, whose youth gives freshness and innovation to the wisdom of tradition. Oddero is similar to a natural terrace overlooking the hills of Langhe and, just as in the past, still produces wines exclusively from grapes grown in family-owned vineyards.
Traditional knowledge and modern production techniques, as well as patience and perseverance, are at the core of Oddero's philosophy. Every phase of the winemaking process is carefully executed: from pruning to all vineyard operations, from pressing to long-term ageing of selected wines.
Oddero estate vineyards are located on the hills of the Barolo, Barbaresco, Moscato and Barbera d'Asti wine region, the appropriately named Sori' (sunny hills), where the grapes can benefit from the best sunlight. wineries. The philosophy of low vineyard yields producing outstanding fruit, which is processed and bottled in small batches, ensures superior quality wines.