Mauro Veglio Barolo 2018 750ml - The Grape Tray
Mauro Veglio Barolo 2018 750ml
SKU: 1229

Mauro Veglio Barolo 2018

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Category Red Wine
Origin Italy, Piedmont, Barolo
Brand Mauro Veglio
Alcohol/vol 14.5%
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Winery Notes:

This Barolo is made from the grapes grown in our youngest and most vigorous vineyards in the townships of La Morra and Monforte d’Alba, and vinified as it was in the past for a balanced harmony of its diverse characteristics.

A ruby red of medium intensity and garnet red hues. On the nose, intense, harmonic, with ethereal and captivating nuances and a final note of red fruit. On the palate, warm, balanced, with good persistence; already drinking well. Finishes with polished tannins and a delicate vanilla aftertaste.

Wine Advocate
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The 2018 Barolo is a blend of fruit from Arborina and Gattera in La Morra and Castelletto in Monforte d'Alba, which are three of the estate's coolest growing sites. You get the smooth or silky disposition of fruit from La Morra blended with the power and precision of Monforte d'Alba. This wine shows nicely in this vintage thanks to dark fruit, tar, smoke and crushed rock. There is a fragrant hint of violets too.

Monica Larner, August 11, 2022
Wine Enthusiast
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Aromas of red berry, underbrush and oak-driven spice waft out of the glass. Elegant and already accessible, the savory palate features sour cherry, orange zest, star anise and mocha alongside chalky, drying tannins. Drink through 2028.

Kerin O'Keefe, September 1, 2022
James Suckling
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Rather easygoing Barolo with some nice red-fruit character that gets a little washed away on the palate. Some firm tannin, but a little short for now.

February 15, 2022
  • v90

The 2018 Barolo is a tasty, easygoing Barolo to drink over the next 10-12 years, although it needs a bit of time to soften first. Bright red berry fruit, spice and floral notes are beautifully delineated.

Antonio Galloni, November 2021

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