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Nizza DOCG Cipressi

Elegantly structured, delicious and loaded with personality, this benchmark Nizza offers earthy aromas of truffle, leather, game, pressed violet and ripe black-skinned fruit. The aromas carry over to the savory palate, along with star anise, black cherry, mature plum and crushed mint. It's balanced by polished tannins and fresh acidity. Drink through 2025. - Wine Enthusiast

 Producer Michele Chiarlo
 Region Piedmont
 Country Italy
 Varietals Barbera
 Alcohol 14% alc/vol
 Vintage 2015

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About the Producer

Michele Chiarlo
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Michele Chiarlo

Calamandrana, Asti, Italy Calamandrana, Asti, Italy

The Chiarlo style has always that of producing greatly elegant and complex wines with a propensity to excellent longevity whilst, at the same time, featuring all the characteristics of the well-cultivated vineyards and high quality soil from which they claim their origin. In the cellar, winemakers...

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