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Matteo Correggia Marun 2011

“They have changed to using one-third big oak, one-third new barrique, and one-third second-year barrique. Dark crimson. Very sweet start but then it lifts and is a glossy black cherry sensation. Lift and punch. Sweet and dramatic without being excessive. 16/20” JR - Jancis Robinson

 Producer Matteo Correggia
 Region Barbera d'Alba
 Country Italy
 Varietals Barbera
 Vintage 2011

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Matteo Correggia

Canale d'Alba, Cuneo, Italy Canale d'Alba, Cuneo, Italy

When Matteo Correggia inherited his father’s estate in 1985, the wine-growing boom was a long way off, and farmers on the left bank of the river Tanaro grew fruit and vegetables alongside vines that were used for making wine for a few close friends. Matteo was a young farmer who was very keen on...

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