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Vigneti Massa Colli Tortonesi Barbera 'Monleale' 2001

Walter Massa’s passion for the Colli Tortonesi has become a widespread phenomenon across Piedmont, located at high altitudes on an array of clay, chalk, and sand soils. Massa farms 22 hectares in eight distinctly different zones, producing wines from local varieties. The 2001 ‘Monleale’ ferments spontaneously and ages in barrique for two years, giving way to a cherry and raspberry noted wine, with tight-knit acidity and complex age-worthiness.
$45750ml
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Barbera

High-acid high-fruit low-tannin planted in places Nebbiolo won’t grow and prized as the most versatile porch-pounder of Piedmont. It’s not without nobility -- just without pretense.
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Piedmont, Italy

Northwest Italian region (Capital: Turin) that produces more truly great wines – and has more wine appellations – than any other. Barolo is the most famous of Piedmont’s many Nebbiolo-based wines.