Vintage 2020

Barolo Terlo Vigna Costa Grimaldi DOCG, Poderi Luigi Einaudi

Poderi Luigi Einaudi
Product Code: EI0420RC

Tasting Notes

The result of an accurate selection of grapes from the Einaudi vineyard located at Barolo, in the zone Terlo. Garnet red with a shade of amber, of intense and embracing fragrance, full bodied but smooth tannic taste, with a long spiced final taste. The tannic characteristics guarantee a long life in bottle. With time it acquires complexity as the ethereal aromas of spices, truffles and leather.

Profile

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He left the management of the lands and the vines to tenants and their families so they would share in the prosperity that they helped create.

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Together with many other producers in the zone, the Einaudi family undertook the long, complex process that, in 2006, led to the attainment of DOCG Dogliani – the utmost expression of the bond between the grape, the wine and the territory.


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He left the management of the lands and the vines to tenants and their families so they would share in the prosperity that they helped create.

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Producer >

Matteo Sardagna is the 4th generation of this 60ha estate. Since 2001 Matteo has been working on his Barolos with famed oenologist Beppe Caviola. He has been purchasing some of Barolo’s most esteemed vineyards. The wines of this estate have huge expression, classic Barolo tones, layered in complexity.

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