Lo-Zoccolaio-Langhe-Baccanera-2015

Lo Zoccolaio, Langhe Baccanera , 2015

Lo Zoccolaio is a small but immaculately maintained cascina (small farmhouse) set into the hill of Bricco del Barolo in the comune of the same name. With 23 total estate hectares, of which only 11.3 are planted to Nebbiolo, Lo Zoccolaio is committed to maintaining a small production of superb Langhe wines. The Lo Zoccolaio tree is a great white poplar that sprouts two trees from the same roots. It is known as the tree of life, or as a phyiscal representation of good and evil. Lo Zoccolaio produces only red wines, made from with grapes from their own vineyards located in Barolo, Monforte, Novello and Verduno.

“Lots of blackberries, blueberries and hints of sandalwood following through to a full body with lots of juicy tannins. A flavorful finish. A serious red that needs two or three years to soften. Best in 2020.”
James Suckling (93 points)

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D7103
Varietal: Other Red Wines
Type: Red
Country: Italy
Region: Piedmont
Winery: Lo Zoccolaio
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$29.95
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$359.40
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D7103
Varietal: Other Red Wines
Type: Red
Country: Italy
Region: Piedmont
Winery: Lo Zoccolaio

Description

Lo Zoccolaio is a small but immaculately maintained cascina (small farmhouse) set into the hill of Bricco del Barolo in the comune of the same name. With 23 total estate hectares, of which only 11.3 are planted to Nebbiolo, Lo Zoccolaio is committed to maintaining a small production of superb Langhe wines. The Lo Zoccolaio tree is a great white poplar that sprouts two trees from the same roots. It is known as the tree of life, or as a phyiscal representation of good and evil. Lo Zoccolaio produces only red wines, made from with grapes from their own vineyards located in Barolo, Monforte, Novello and Verduno.

“Lots of blackberries, blueberries and hints of sandalwood following through to a full body with lots of juicy tannins. A flavorful finish. A serious red that needs two or three years to soften. Best in 2020.”
James Suckling (93 points)