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Rating: 93 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Piedmont Country:Italy
Varietals: Not Available ABV:14.5%

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93 Pts Wine Spectator

"Blackberry and toasty oak on the nose follow through to a full body, with focused, powerful tannins and lots of new wood and ripe fruit on the finish. Should come together wonderfully. Best after 2012. 220 cases made. -JS" 93 Points - Wine Spectator

"Corino’s 2005 Barolo Arborina offers a very representative expression of this La Morra site in its focused red fruits, sweet herbs, flowers and spices. There is plenty of energy and harmony here. Pretty, floral notes that reappear on the finish give the Arborina a nice sense of balance as well as proportion. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2021."

"These stylish, deeply-colored wines from Giovanni Corino offer terrific quality." 92 Points - Antonio Galloni - Wine Advocate

"Good dark red. Very ripe aromas of black cherry and roasted plum, with a note of balsamic vinegar. Lush, silky and sweet, with a distinctly juicy quality giving definition and lift to the chewy dark fruit flavors. Finishes long and ripely tannic, with a suggestion of chocolate." 92 Points - Stephen Tanzer - International Wine Cellar

"One week maceration's long with temperature varying from 25 to 30 Celsius degree - after the separation between the skin grape and liquid , passage in steel for precipitation of the funds."

"When finish fermentation of the sugars and malolactic fermentation, we start to move the wine in small wood of French oak 50% new and 50% old where remains for 2 years. After this time we assemble the wine in steel where remains for 6 months, at the end of which he is bottled and allow us to keep for two years before to sell." Winemaker

"The Giovanni Corino estate remains directly next to the classic Giachini vineyard, from where their flagship wine comes (and nearly all of the fruit for the old-vine "Vecchie Vigne" cuvee). Giuliano also maintained some of the holdings in the famed Arborina Cru, this sublime Barolo comes from vines averaging 30-50 years old and is released one year later than the other wines."

"Integrated insect and disease control is employed. Sulfur- and copper-based products prevalent. Only manure is used as fertilizer. Spontaneous cover crops (grass cover) are left between the rows of vines. There is minimum use of SO2 in wines in order to prevent oxidation. " -Importer


"Blackberry and toasty oak on the nose follow through to a full body, with focused, powerful tannins and lots of new wood and ripe fruit on the finish. Should come together wonderfully. Best after 2012. 220 cases made."