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  1. Aglianico
  2. Aleatico
  3. Alicante
  4. Alto Adige Chardonnay
  5. Alto Adige DOC
  6. Amarone
  7. Asti
  8. Barbaresco
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  13. Bianco Veronese
  14. Bolgheri DOC
  15. Bolgheri Superiore DOC
  16. Bonarda
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  18. Brunello di Montalcino DOCG
  19. Cabernet
  20. Cabernet Franc
  21. Cabernet Merlot
  22. Cabernet Sauvignon
  23. Cannonau di Sardegna DOC
  24. Catarratto
  25. Cerasuolo d Abruzzo DOC
  26. Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG
  27. Chardonnay
  28. Chianti DOCG
  29. Chianti Classico DOCG
  30. Chianti Riserva
  31. Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG
  32. Cortona DOC
  33. Corvina
  34. Curtefranca DOC
  35. Custoza DOC
  36. Dolcetto d Alba
  37. Durello
  38. Etna DOC
  39. Falanghina
  40. Fiano di Avellino DOCG
  41. Franciacorta DOCG
  42. Frappato
  43. Garda DOC
  44. Garganega
  45. Gattinara DOC
  46. Gavi DOCG
  47. Gewurztraminer
  48. Grignolino D Asti DOC
  49. Grillo Igt
  50. Insolia
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  52. Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC
  53. Langhe DOC
  54. Lazio IGT
  55. Lugana DOC
  56. Marche IGT
  57. Maremma Toscana IGT
  58. Marsala
  59. Merlot
  60. Montecucco Rosso
  61. Montepulciano
  62. Montepulciano d Abruzzo
  63. Montepulciano d Abruzzo DOC
  64. Moscato
  65. Moscato d Asti DOCG
  66. Moscato di Noto DOC
  67. Muffato di vermentino
  68. Muller Thurgau
  69. Nebbiolo DOC
  70. Nero d Avola
  71. Nero di Troia
  72. Noto Rosso
  73. Oltrepò Pavese DOC
  74. Passerina
  75. Passito
  76. Pecorino DOC
  77. Petit Verdot
  78. Pinot grigio
  79. Pinot Nero
  80. Primitivo di Manduria
  81. Prosecco DOC
  82. Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG
  83. Puglia IGT
  84. Raboso
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  86. Ribolla
  87. Riesling
  88. Roero Arneis
  89. Rosso di Montalcino DOC
  90. Rosso Veronese
  91. Salento IGT
  92. San Colombano DOC
  93. Sangiovese
  94. Sangue di Giuda
  95. Sauvignon
  96. Schioppettino
  97. Sforzato di Valtellina DOCG
  98. Sicilia DOC
  99. Sicilia IGT
  100. Soave DOC
  101. Soave Classico DOC
  102. Vino Spumante
  103. Syrah
  104. Taurasi DOCG
  105. Toscana IGT
  106. Trebbiano d Abruzzo
  107. Trebbiano d Abruzzo DOC
  108. Trentino DOC
  109. Trento DOC
  110. Umbria Rosso IGT
  111. Valcaleppio
  112. Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze DOCG
  113. Valpolicella Classico DOC
  114. Valpolicella DOC
  115. Valpolicella Ripasso DOC
  116. Valpolicella Superiore
  117. Valtellina Superiore DOCG
  118. Venezia Giulia IGT
  119. Verdicchio
  120. Verduzzo
  121. Vermentino
  122. Vermentino di Sardegna
  123. Vernatsh
  124. Vino santo
  125. Zibibbo
WINE REGIONS
  1. Abruzzo
  2. Calabria
  3. Emilia-Romagna
  4. Friuli-Venezia Giulia
  5. Lazio
  6. Liguria
  7. Lombardia
  8. Marche
  9. Piemonte
  10. Puglia
  11. Sardegna
  12. Sicilia
  13. Toscana
  14. Trentino-Alto Adige
  15. Umbria
  16. Valle d'Aosta
  17. Veneto
  18. Alto Adige
  19. Trentino
  20. Campania
Volume
  1. 0,75 L
  2. 1,5 L
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Barolo WINES

Barolo is Italy’s known greatest and popular red wine. The name Barolo originates from a hillside village in Piedmont hills on the northwest of Italy. The vineyards in this region are famous for being a haven for grape variety.  (continue)

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Barolo WINE

Barolo is Italy’s known greatest and popular red wine. The name Barolo originates from a hillside village in Piedmont hills on the northwest of Italy. The vineyards in this region are famous for being a haven for grape variety. Some of Italy best wineries are found in this region and have made a name of the finest red wines they have distilled. It therefore not a worry that tannic Barolo wine that is so valued is originated from this place. The fineness of Barolo wine made it awarded DOCG status juts the day classification was inaugurated in 1980.

Where and how Barolo is grown

The Barolo vineyard where it thrives very well covers areas such as Serralunga d’Alba, Barolo, and Castiglione and going forward to parts of La Morra, Roddi, Monforte d’Alba, Verduno, and Novello. Though all these areas support the growth of vineyards, their climatic condition and soil differ slightly, hence, making a difference on the kind of wine they produce. For example, in Barolo and La Morra, the type of soil here has a high absorption of limestone-rich marl, thus, making the kind of grapes harvested here to be aromatic, broader-textured and sweeter compared to other regions.

Properties of Barolo wine

The Barolo wine has roses and tar aroma decorated by a brilliant ruby color. In addition, this wine has a relatively high alcohol, upright acidity and firm tannins.
The unique trait about Barolos is their requirement of a minimum of ten years to extract color or cellaring to control their tannins. Even though international producers prefer use of new French barriques instead of the traditional wooden cask as a way of shortened fermentation period. This mitigated extraction of tanning from must has made it possible to have a fruitier and approachable style of distilling nicer Barolos.

How the wine is stored and served

For the wine to be christened Barolo, the wine is stored in enclosed cans where it is allowed a minimum of 38 months to ferment or age before it can be sold to consumers. Of these 38 months, 18 months are set to preserve the wine in barrel to maximize aging while the rest months the wine is put into bottles. If the designation of Riserva put into already preserved aging wine, the final aging time span is increased to another 24 months making it stay for 62 months to allow tannins to soften. To know whether the wine is aged enough for consumption, a distiller observes whether its complexity must be dark chocolate and truffles. 

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