Barolo 2017, Palladino


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Barolo, Piedmont

Drinking Window

Ready or drink by 2030


Proteins will help soften the tannins in this wine, so go for a steak, grilled or roasted meats, truffle dishes like truffle risotto or a nice aged Parmigiano Reggiano.

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Winemaker Notes

The vine are grown on calcareous marly soil of Helvetian (or Serravallian) nature - a soil which is some 12 million years old, between 260 and 370 m of altitude with southern exposure. Fermented in steel, aged for 24 months in large Slavonian/chestnut oak barrels and at least 12 in the bottle, this label surprises for the incredible elegance and maturation, especially if related to its young age.

The Story

Tradition, territory and passion are the foundations that characterize the work of Palladino, committed to giving voice to the Langhe terroir, declining it with a new, lively and dynamic spirit. The vineyards of the Palladino winery extend over an area of ​​11 hectares of vineyards, scattered within different denominations of the Langhe.

Among these, the parcels within the DOCG of Barolo production stand out in importance, which can boast of being able to carry the additional geographical mention on the label, San Bernardo, Parafada, Ornato and, of course, Serralunga d'Alba. The grapes are presented exclusively in purity, are primarily Nebbiolo, flanked by other regional varieties such as Barbera, Dolcetto, Moscato, Cortese and Arneis.

Soil from the Helvetian epoch, with a higher proportion of compressed sandstone, is less compact, poorer, and less fertile, resulting in the townships of Monforte d’Alba and Serralunga d’Alba typically giving more structured and powerful wines that mature slightly slower (12/16 years) respective of their Tortonian neighbors.  

Veronica, one of their 3 partners, is one of the main winemakers who brings her much appreciated sensitivities and open mind to the cellar.  Unlike the traditions in the past where neighbors rarely spoke to each other, Veronica believes in sharing, collaborating and tasting other wineries' wines to improve their own.  She is one of the few women in wine in this area, and we are proud to support all they are accomplishing in their region.  It seems every other day, Palladino is winning another award.

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