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DetailsDrink now through to 2030.
Decant two hours before serving.
This eloquent single vineyard wine comes to life on the gentle rolling hill of Roggeri close to the small town of La Morra. Home to some of the Oberto family’s oldest Nebbiolo vines which have an average age of forty years, the prestigious vineyard sits at 300 metres of altitude on a bed of deep clay. This helps to give this stellar Barolo a firm structure and lively freshness to balance the rich flavours and generous full body.
In keeping with traditional winemaking methods of the region, Ciabot Berton uses long macerations and ageing in large Slovenian oak botti to enhance the pure varietal character of the Nebbiolo. The Roggeri spends six months ageing in used French oak barrels before transferring to the botti for a further 18 months.
Red cherry, plum jam and prune aromas are the first to emerge, evolving slowly into warming festive spices, violets and leather once the wine has been decanted for a couple of hours. Well-rounded and powerful on the palate, this bottle is a fantastic candidate for extended cellar ageing up to at least 2030. If you prefer a firmer wine, the Roggeri can also be enjoyed now alongside another luxurious local delicacy from the Piemonte, white truffles lavishly shaved over fresh tagliatelle.