Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru

Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru

Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru

Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru

Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru
Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru
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Cavalier Bartolomeo San Lorenzo Barolo DOCG Cru 2009

WINE INFO
Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Alcohol Content:14.5 %
Vintage: 2009
Region: Northwest Italy, Piedmont
Volume: 0.75 L
Aging: 24 months in medium toasted French oak barrels
Production: Wine made with the famous grapes of San Lorenzo, situated in the heart of Barolo.
Annual Produce: Between 1,000 and 1,200 bottles a year with a capacity of 75 cl.


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Colour: Ruby red with an orange rim
Bouquet: Intense, persistent and delicate, with hints of blackberry, blackcurrant and ripe cane apple. Light notes of slightly dried rose, balsamic vegetable, licorice and white pepper.
Notes: Dry, fresh, sapid, very warm and properly tannic. Full but slim, fairly persistent with a pleasantly bitterish finish.
Serving Temperature: 18-20 °C
Suggestions To Pair: Red Meat, Truffles, Game and Mature Cheeses

CAVALIER BARTOLOMEO

Winery was founded in 1924 by grandfather Cavalier Bartolomeo, who learned to vintage the grapes of his own vineyards thanks to his father. Three generations later, most of the vines are now renewed except for those belonging to the Nebbiolo da Barolo, which remained intact and untouched; the cellar was modernized and improved with the introduction of a selected use of the barriques as well as new and more supervised means of fermentation. As of today the winery produces a total of 15’000 bottles per year.

The company is situated in the heart of the Barolo area in the small hamlet of Garbelletto, beneath the town of Castiglione Falletto. We can be reached along the highway that goes from Alba to Barolo, by taking the left turn 300 meters before the crossing ‘Barolo - La Morra’.