2012 Francesco Rinaldi e Figli Barolo ‘Cannubi’

from Piedmont, Italy

$83

Ships today if ordered within 6 hrs 51 mins

Amazing producer, amazing Barolo. This wine is incredibly stimulating with bright red fruit, rustic leather and an earthy undertone. The palate is firm and structured with grippy tannins reminding you to heat up the bolognese and/or take the pizza out of the oven.

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Francesco Rinaldi | Piedmont, Italy

The story of Francesco Rinaldi starts in the cellar on the “hill of hills” in the Barolo area; the Cannubi. It’s here that soil of Helvetian and Tortonian type blend together giving those unique flavors and characteristics to the Nebbiolo grape that are only to be found in this strip of land.

A winery where one can sense the family’s passion focused on making the most of the values offered by the Barolo land.

Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, La Morra, three of the most important villages in the Barolo area, three places where Nebbiolo expresses itself to the best, in fragrance and taste, fruit of a soil made up of unique elements. Not a random choice for the winery Francesco Rinaldi: the vineyards, some inherited others bought later on, represent the three faces of the Barolo territory.

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The story of Francesco Rinaldi starts in the cellar on the “hill of hills” in the Barolo area; the Cannubi. It’s here that soil of Helvetian and Tortonian type blend together giving those unique flavors and characteristics to the Nebbiolo grape that are only to be found in this strip of land.

A winery where one can sense the family’s passion focused on making the most of the values offered by the Barolo land.

Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, La Morra, three of the most important villages in the Barolo area, three places where Nebbiolo expresses itself to the best, in fragrance and taste, fruit of a soil made up of unique elements. Not a random choice for the winery Francesco Rinaldi: the vineyards, some inherited others bought later on, represent the three faces of the Barolo territory.

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