2014 Italy

Nebbiolo

Anybody can sell a great $100 Barolo that needs 20 years in the cellar, but this is an outstanding bottle of wine for $19 and a much more approachable expression of the Nebbiolo grape.

$19.00

(1 Review)

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Trediberri Langhe Nebbiolo 2014

2014 Italy

Nebbiolo

$19.00

(1 Review)

Discounted shipping on 12 bottles. Free shipping on 24 or more.

Wine Details

Gorgeously pure nose of anise, rose petal, maraschino cherry and leather. While the aromatics are fresh and delicate, it’s fairly powerfully structured on the palate (owing, in part, to 20% addition of fruit from the Capalot vineyard just west of La Morra) with darker, fleshier, more brambly fruit than the higher-toned and more open-knit Barbera. A bit more “serious” of an offering with delicious depth of fruit and worthy of cellaring for another decade.

  • Vintage
  • 2014
  • Appellation
  • Italy
  • Grape
  • Nebbiolo 100%
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 13.5%%
  • Cases Produced
  • Drink/hold
  • Now through 2020
Cam Confidential

The Trediberri Cantina (three brothers from the local village of Berri) is relatively new to the La Morra region of Barolo, but they’ve established themselves quite nicely with some fantastic wines. The Trediberri Nebbiolo is a Beautiful Baby Barolo from younger vines just starting to hit their stride in the recently replanted and now seven years-in Berri vineyard, putting on the weight and structure that gives this wine the structural punch of Barolo with the freshness and approachability of Barbera. Definitely decant this for an hour or so or double decant overnight (pour out into a pitcher and then back into the bottle a few times then re-cork and let sit overnight).

Reviews

1 Review Total

MikeWineMan

Cameron described this wine as a "Baby Barolo". I have consumed many bottles of Barolo over the years and I wholeheartedly disagree. This wine is every bit as good as any "modern day" Barolo out there. This Nebbiolo will benefit hugely with some cellar aging - in fact I may not touch mine for another five years. I know I won't be disappointed. It is very young now and drinks that way, but be patient.