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The price of a bottle of Italian wine is just as broad as the range of grapes and wine varieties: from simple wines by the glass around five euros, to good drinking wines in the price range between five and ten euros, to premium wines whose prices know no bounds. Not only the quality of the used grapes, the kind and the craft skill of the wine production as well as the development play a role. The number of bottles produced also has an impact on the price of the wine. Expensive wine icons are usually only produced in small quantities, whereas wines that accompany food are produced in much larger numbers. - Gerardo

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´Carano´ · Lagrein Riserva DOC 2017 (6er Holzkiste), Baron di Pauli, Südtirol

Carano · Lagrein Riserva DOC 2017 (6er Holzkiste)

Baron di Pauli, South Tyrol

Six bottles of Lagrein Riserva Carano in a high quality original wooden box with sliding lid:

The name Carano comes from the native origin of the Di Pauli family in Val di Fiemme. A single-varietal Lagrein of deep dark color, with notes of cherries, blackberries and plums on the nose. In the drink very juicy, with spicy notes and smooth tannins. Pleasantly soft and round in the finish. - Gerardo

"Deep dark, very rich purple. On the nose of graphite, ripe black currant, heart cherries and white pepper. Dense-bodied palate, builds big, delicate melt, though at the moment still overly marked by the use of wood, still needs to settle down." - Falstaff

· Note: This product includes a wooden box.
· Note: This is a composite article, which consists of several individual products.

6 Fl. a 0,75-LPrice incl. VAT (DE)  plus Shipping    contains Sulfites 13 % Vol. in stock

 € 184,00 40,89 €/L

Barolo DOCG 2015 (6er Holzkiste), Giacomo Brezza & Figli, Piemont

Barolo DOCG 2015 (6er Holzkiste)

Giacomo Brezza & Figli, Piedmont

Six bottles of Barolo from Brezza in an original wooden box with hinged lid:

The Barolo without site designation is pressed from the grapes of all Brezza vineyards: the color is a medium ruby red, the aroma is typical of ripe red and black fruits. In the drink already young very expressive, of fine structure, taut tannin framework and well-integrated acidity. A great insight into the world of high-ranking Nebbiolo wines. - Gerardo [TS06/16]

· Note: This product includes a wooden box.
· Note: This is a composite article, which consists of several individual products.

6 Fl. a 0,75-LPrice incl. VAT (DE)  plus Shipping    contains Sulfites 14,5 % Vol. in stock

 € 199,00 44,22 €/L

Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva DOPPELMAGNUM DOC 2008, Musella, Venetien

Amarone della Valpolicella Riserva DOPPELMAGNUM DOC 2008

Musella, Veneto

The Amarone is the leading actor from the house of Musella: rich ruby color, the aromatic arc is stretched between ripe wild berries, pepper and tobacco. Extremely concentrated without being opulent, the aroma of wood reminiscent of cigar box always remains discreetly in the background. - Gerardo

"Overwhelming the Riserva, next to whose overripe fruit medicinal herbs, tobacco and a pretty mineral note find place; a delicious echo provides the taste, which impresses with solidity and resilience." - Gambero Rosso

'A lovely wine, displaying overall style and elegance, as well as a core of intriguing spice flavors that are wrapped into layers of cherry compote, damson plum preserves, dark chocolate shavings and spicy tobacco notes. There's fine integration here, with an overall vibrancy. The long, spicy finish shows just a hint of tannins." - Wine Spectator

'This fantastic Riserva Amarone opens with savory aromas of dark spice and black pepper followed by red fruit, cherry, dried apple, plum and raisin. There's a sweet note on the close followed by firm, polished tannins." - Wine Enthusiast

3,00-LPrice incl. VAT (DE)  plus Shipping    contains Sulfites 16 % Vol. in stock

 € 199,00 66,33 €/L

Barolo Riserva MAGNUM DOCG 2013 (1er Holzkiste), Renato Corino, Piemont
Barolo Riserva MAGNUM DOCG 2013 (1er Holzkiste)

Renato Corino, Piedmont

The Nebbiolo grapes for Renato's Barolo Riserva come from the single vineyard Vecchie Vigne, whose planting dates back to 1960. After maceration for 7 days, the wine is aged for 24 months in French oak barrels, followed by two years of bottle aging. Renato Corino is extremely consistent in weighing vintage qualities and develops his Barolo into a Riserva only in the very best years. Waiting times of more than five years are therefore not uncommon.

In the glass, this modern Barolo shows an intense garnet red color. In the fragrance of violets, cherry fruit and cloves. Accompanied by wood tones such as cigar box and tobacco and subtle ethereal notes. Full-bodied and rich on the palate, always fresh and elegant. Silky smooth tannins and long finish. - Gerardo [TS07/14]

· Note: This product includes a wooden box.

1,50-LPrice incl. VAT (DE)  plus Shipping    contains Sulfites 15 % Vol. in stock

 € 199,00 132,67 €/L

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