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4.2
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4.7

Cigliuti Serraboella Barbaresco

Cigliuti
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750 mL
Wine Type
Red Still Wine
RegionPiemonte
Alcohol Level
Country
Italy
SubregionBarbaresco
Drinking Window
GrapesNebbiolo
Wine Description:
Originating from the illustrious Barbaresco region of Piedmont, Italy, Cigliuti's Serraboella Barbaresco is a testimony to the meticulous care and passion the Cigliuti family invests in their winemaking. The wine is produced from the Serraboella vineyard, which sits at a prominent altitude, blessing the Nebbiolo grapes with optimal conditions for ripening. The Cigliuti family's dedication to low intervention and sustainable farming translates into a wine that authentically expresses its terroir. Read more
Pros:
  • Intense and complex aromas of red fruits, dried flowers, and spices
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Cons:
  • Requires some aging to fully develop its potential
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User Rating:

4.2
Regularly Reviewed

Expert Rating:

4.7

Wine Expert Note:

The Cigliuti Serraboella Barbaresco showcases a radiant garnet hue, signaling its depth and elegance. Aromatically, it dances with notes of ripe red cherries, dried roses, licorice, and hints of forest floor. The palate is greeted by a tapestry of flavors, weaving together red fruits, tar, and subtle spicy undertones. The wine’s firm tannins and vibrant acidity promise great aging potential, while its layered complexity ensures an evolving tasting experience with every sip. It finishes with a lingering elegance, making it an ideal companion to dishes like truffle risotto, braised meats, and aged cheeses. This Barbaresco is not just a drink but an experience, capturing the essence of Piedmont's winemaking legacy. Read more
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