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2004 Malgra, "Marvenga" Barolo, Piedmont
Press and Tasting Notes
Piedmontese winemaking that ranks right up there with Barolos three times the price. Marvenga offers finesse, structure, flavor and wonderful aromas. Aged barrels yield very little wood influence allowing the Nebbiolo grapes to develop classic notes of spice, dried wild flower, licorice and berries. Pair this hearty, yet almost Pinot Noir like, ... Read More »
A Merchant's Pick
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In northern Italy, Piedmont is home to a number of grape varietals. Among them is the "noble grape" Nebbiolo. Grown in several sub-regions, the most popular Nebbiolos hail from Barolo, Barbaresco, Langhe, Gattinara and ... Read More »