Azienda Agricola Luciano Sandrone - Barbera d'Alba 2011 - Sheer Harmony 75cl Bottle


Azienda Agricola Luciano Sandrone - Barbera d'Alba 2011
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The Barbera d'Alba 2009 impresses for its silkiness, finesse and sheer harmony.

This is a mid-weight vintage for the Barbera, but here, too, the wine's balance is totally irresistible.

This shows lovely mid-palate pliancy in a feminine style that is incredibly appealing.

Sweet dark cherries, flowers and subtle hints of French oak linger on the polished, impeccable finish.

Anticipated maturity - 2011-2016

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Azienda Agricola Luciano Sandrone   -
ABV:   13.6%
Appellation:   Barbera d'Alba
Brand:   Azienda Agricola Luciano Sandron
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Pork
Grape Type:   Barbera
Region:   Piedmont
Vintage:   2011


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Producer Information

Luciano Sandrone has built up a top quality wine estate from its small-scale beginnings in 1978. He now produces over 100,000 bottles from his 22 hectares of vineyards.

Sandrone's Barolo wines are made in the modern style: elegant, attractive and easy to appreciate right from its first years in the bottle, but with no less power and structure than traditional Barolos.

He focuses on painfully low yields in the vineyard and subjects his wines to a relatively short maceration period in the cantina. He does not believe in heavily oaked wines and thus uses only 10% new oak in the maturation process.

His best-known wines are his Barolos, Cannubi Boschis (single vineyard) and Le Vigne. They are amongst the most supple and complex Barolos being produced today and few would argue against their almost mythical status.

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