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Andrea Oberto Barolo

Intense and bright; garnet-red in colour. Fruity aroma enhanced by a lively acidity with notes of goudron, leather, graphite evolving with the passing of time. Complex in mouth, with polished tannins, evident fruity flavour and firm structure in perfect balance. Long-lasting finish.

 Producer Andrea Oberto
 Region Piedmont
 Country Italy
 Varietals Nebbiolo
 Alcohol 14% alc/vol

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About the Producer

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Andrea Oberto

La Morra, Cuneo, Italy La Morra, Cuneo, Italy

The word Langhe comes from the Latin linguae (tongues), according to the conjecture most credited by historians. And when you look down from the town of La Morra, one of the finest production areas for Barolo, a few kilometres from Alba (Cuneo), in the heart of Piedmont, the rolling hills do indeed look...

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