Antoniotti Odilio
Nebbiolo, Croatina blend 2015
Piedmont, Italy

$85.00

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Style: Red: Medium bodied and structured

Producer: Antoniotti Odilio

Region: Bramaterra, Piedmont

Grape: Nebbiolo / Croatina / Vespolina / Bonarda

Vintage: 2015

Soil: Volcanic

Farming: Organic

Oak: Large format old oak

Alcohol: 14%

Glassware: Burgundy Stem

Decant: Not required

Serving Temperature: 16 – 18°C

The Wine: From the “Alto Piemonte” area, north of the famous Langhe region. Here the aristocratic Nebbiolo due to the soil and the climate satisfied the lovers of Barolo, and show the real terroir of this Denomination Bramaterra. Antoniotti is one of the oldest producers in Bramaterra, he farming from decades in this little denomination with very small vineyards site on a very old fashion way. A cult winery that exudes history. 40 years old vines located in Martinazzi Cru on porphyry soils of volcanic origin at about 400-450 meters high. Spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks for about 20 days. 30 months in large Allier oak barrels.

Such a beautiful perfume to the nose, deep and complex, combining florals, herbs and spice. The palate is silky long and fine. One of my favourite discoveries in recent times…

Sebastian Crowther MS

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Producer Profile

From the "Alto Piemonte" area, north of the famous Langhe region. Here the aristocratic Nebbiolo due to the soil and the climate satisfied the lovers of Barolo, and show the real terroir of this Denomination Bramaterra. Antoniotti is one of the oldest producers in Bramaterra, he farming from decades in this little denomination with very small vineyards site on a very old fashion way. A cult winery that exudes history. 40 years old vines located in Martinazzi Cru on porphyry soils of volcanic origin at about 400-450 meters high. Spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks for about 20 days. 30 months in large Allier oak barrels.

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Review

Style: Red: Medium bodied and structured

Producer: Antoniotti Odilio

Region: Bramaterra, Piedmont

Grape: Nebbiolo / Croatina / Vespolina / Bonarda

Vintage: 2015

Soil: Volcanic

Farming: Organic

Oak: Large format old oak

Alcohol: 14%

Glassware: Burgundy Stem

Decant: Not required

Serving Temperature: 16 – 18°C

The Wine: From the “Alto Piemonte” area, north of the famous Langhe region. Here the aristocratic Nebbiolo due to the soil and the climate satisfied the lovers of Barolo, and show the real terroir of this Denomination Bramaterra. Antoniotti is one of the oldest producers in Bramaterra, he farming from decades in this little denomination with very small vineyards site on a very old fashion way. A cult winery that exudes history. 40 years old vines located in Martinazzi Cru on porphyry soils of volcanic origin at about 400-450 meters high. Spontaneous fermentation in cement tanks for about 20 days. 30 months in large Allier oak barrels.

Such a beautiful perfume to the nose, deep and complex, combining florals, herbs and spice. The palate is silky long and fine. One of my favourite discoveries in recent times…

Sebastian Crowther MS