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2014 Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot" (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot", Piemonte, Italy 2011

100% Dolcetto

STUNNING RIPE PURPLE DELICIOUSNESS, FLORAL ELEGANCE

Taking the title "Campot" from a local term which refers to the uppermost reaches of a sloping vineyard, this Dolcetto is a contemporary example of what the grape is able to achieve. The varietal's typical acidity and tart berryish appeal melds with a lushness which is surprisingly modern considering the estate's reverence for classical methods. Castello di Verduno (which has existed for 170 years) is owned by staunch traditionalists, the Burlotto Family, who have managed the property for four generations.

Serving Suggestion: Risotto with cotechino sausage and porcini mushrooms. Braised veal chop with gnocchi and truffle oil.

19.99

2 in stock

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2016 Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot" (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot", Piemonte, Italy 2016

100% Dolcetto

STUNNING RIPE PURPLE DELICIOUSNESS, FLORAL ELEGANCE

Taking the title "Campot" from a local term which refers to the uppermost reaches of a sloping vineyard, this Dolcetto is a contemporary example of what the grape is able to achieve. The varietal's typical acidity and tart berryish appeal melds with a lushness which is surprisingly modern considering the estate's reverence for classical methods. Castello di Verduno (which has existed for 170 years) is owned by staunch traditionalists, the Burlotto Family, who have managed the property for four generations.

Serving Suggestion: Risotto with cotechino sausage and porcini mushrooms. Braised veal chop with gnocchi and truffle oil.

21.99

5 in stock

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2015 Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot" (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot", Piemonte, Italy 2015

100% Dolcetto

STUNNING RIPE PURPLE DELICIOUSNESS, FLORAL ELEGANCE

Taking the title "Campot" from a local term which refers to the uppermost reaches of a sloping vineyard, this Dolcetto is a contemporary example of what the grape is able to achieve. The varietal's typical acidity and tart berryish appeal melds with a lushness which is surprisingly modern considering the estate's reverence for classical methods. Castello di Verduno (which has existed for 170 years) is owned by staunch traditionalists, the Burlotto Family, who have managed the property for four generations.

Serving Suggestion: Risotto with cotechino sausage and porcini mushrooms. Braised veal chop with gnocchi and truffle oil.

19.99

1 in stock

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2017 Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot" (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Dolcetto d'Alba "Campot", Piemonte, Italy 2017

100% Dolcetto

STUNNING RIPE PURPLE DELICIOUSNESS, FLORAL ELEGANCE

Taking the title "Campot" from a local term which refers to the uppermost reaches of a sloping vineyard, this Dolcetto is a contemporary example of what the grape is able to achieve. The varietal's typical acidity and tart berryish appeal melds with a lushness which is surprisingly modern considering the estate's reverence for classical methods. Castello di Verduno (which has existed for 170 years) is owned by staunch traditionalists, the Burlotto Family, who have managed the property for four generations.

Serving Suggestion: Risotto with cotechino sausage and porcini mushrooms. Braised veal chop with gnocchi and truffle oil.

21.99

11 in stock

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2013 Nebbiolo Langhe (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Nebbiolo, Langhe, Piemonte, Italy 2013

100% Nebbiolo

DEEP RED BERRYISH FRUIT, ROSE PETAL, CEDARY SPICE

Ripe and solid, Castello di Verduno's Nebbiolo from the estate's vineyards in Langhe (and more specifically Barbaresco) represents a rounder and more modern representation of the esteemed grape while sacrificing none of its classical elegance or structure. Generous strawberry and dried cherry merge seamlessly with decadent undertones of toasty oak. The Burlotto family has tirelessly maintained this five hundred year old property since the eighteen thirties.

Serving Suggestion: Seared veal shoulder simmered in an onion broth and served with caper and dill mayonnaise.

21.99

5 in stock

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2016 Nebbiolo Langhe (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Nebbiolo, Langhe, Piemonte, Italy 2016

{organic} 100% Nebbiolo

PRETTY RED BERRYISH FRUIT, ROSE PETAL, CEDARY SPICE

Ripe and solid, Castello di Verduno's Nebbiolo from the estate's vineyards in Langhe (and more specifically Barbaresco) represents a rounder and more modern representation of the esteemed grape while sacrificing none of its classical elegance or structure. Generous strawberry and dried cherry merge seamlessly with decadent undertones of toasty oak. The Burlotto family has tirelessly maintained this five hundred year old property since the 1830's.

Serving Suggestion: Seared veal shoulder simmered in an onion broth and served with caper and dill mayonnaise.

21.99

8 in stock

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2016 Verduno "Basadone" (Pelaverga Piccolo) (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Verduno "Basadone" (Pelaverga Piccolo), Piemonte, Italy 2016

100% Pelaverga Piccolo

PALE WITH BLACK CHERRY, ROSE, SPICE & GRAVEL

The Pelaverga grape is known traditionally in the Piemontese village of Verduno as an aphrodisiac. While that certainly titillates us (and hopefully you), the reason we like it is the flavor and character of the wine. Spicy and delicate with a lingering taste, much like a woman's kiss. It also has a little bit of a bite (a nibble?) so pair it with cuisine that is a little creamy. This Burlotto family estate has been making wine since 1500!

Serving Suggestions: Ravioli with a cream sauce. Risotto with pancetta. Cod fritters with spinach sauce. Broccoli topped with pecorino cheese.

23.99

3 in stock

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2017 Verduno "Basadone" (Pelaverga Piccolo) (Verduno, Castello di)

Castello di Verduno, Verduno "Basadone" (Pelaverga Piccolo), Piemonte, Italy 2017

100% Pelaverga Piccolo

PALE WITH BLACK CHERRY, ROSE, SPICE & GRAVEL

The Pelaverga grape is known traditionally in the Piemontese village of Verduno as an aphrodisiac. While that certainly titillates us (and hopefully you), the reason we like it is the flavor and character of the wine. Spicy and delicate with a lingering taste, much like a woman's kiss. It also has a little bit of a bite (a nibble?) so pair it with cuisine that is a little creamy. This Burlotto family estate has been making wine since 1500!

Serving Suggestions: Ravioli with a cream sauce. Risotto with pancetta. Cod fritters with spinach sauce. Broccoli topped with pecorino cheese.

23.99

29 in stock

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