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||92 Pts Antonio Galloni - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate||Size:||750ML
92 Pts Antonio Galloni - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 2007 Barbaresco Roncaglie shows gorgeous detail and clarity in its intricate layers of berries, flowers, spices, mint and minerals. Roncaglie is a vineyard capable of yielding wines of extraordinary complexity and nuance, as this fine effort can readily attest to. The balance of aromatics, fruit and structure allows the wine to flow gracefully across the palate from start to finish. The 2007 Roncaglie is the finest Barbaresco I have tasted from Socre yet. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2022." 92 Points - Antonio Galloni - Wine Advocate
"The birth of SocrÃ© occurred in 1871, when Marco Piacentino's great-grandfather Giovanni l'Alessandrino bought this land in Barbaresco. Every since SocrÃ© initially sold it's grapes to private citizens of Barbaresco and various wine cellars in the Barbaresco zone, and only produced a small percentage of wine for family consumption. In 1999 all of this came to an end when Marco decided to gradually increase the amount of grapes used for wine production and invest in equipment and machinery for his own bottling."
"The vineyards of Socreâ in Barbaresco (about 3 hectares) are just below the wine cellar, and are the heart and soul of the estate. The land slopes downwards quite steeply, with western and southern exposure; the land's altitude is between 250 and 290m above sea level. The earth is mainly clayey, with a limestone base and sharp alkaline reaction."
"The pride of Socreâ by far is again, the cru of Roncaglie Alto. As early as 1880, Roncaglie was already recognized as one of the best and most important areas for Barbaresco production, also mentioned in Lorenzo Fantini's fundamental publication on Viticulture and Oenology in the Province of Cuneo. Argilo-calcaire soils, perfect exposition (South and South-west), mild winds and great temperatures fluctuations, give rise to deep and elegant wines. The vineyards (with ages ranging rom 10 to 50 years) are planted with a density ranging from 4500 vines per ha up to 8000 vines per ha."
"Roncaglie Alto is a very respected area just below the vineyard of the renowned Angelo Gaja vineyard called Sori' Tilden. Separating the two vineyards is the road from Alba before the hamlet of Tre Stelle bearing amazing views of the vineyards of Barbaresco. The vines of Roncaglie were planted in 1959 by Marco's grandfather Giovanni and are still bearing incredible fruit." -Winery
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