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Cascina Bongiovanni Barolo Pernanno 750ML 2011
Sku: 49584
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Critics Ratings:     (2)
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Country: Italy
Region: Piedmont
Sub-Region: Barolo
Grape Varietal: Nebbiolo
Type: Still wine
Classification: DOCG
Reg. $86.49
Web Only Sale $63.79
Buy Cascina Bongiovanni Barolo Pernanno
Wine Spectator 91 points - This is lush, evoking plum, cherry, spice and earth flavors. The tannins are well-coated by flesh, lingering with earth and spice accents on the finish. Best from 2018 through 2030. 500 cases made.-BS  (Sep 30 2015)

Vinous 91 points - The 2011 Barolo Pernanno is darker, richer and more powerful than the straight Barolo. Mocha, espresso, plum and deeper tonalities of fruit flesh out in the glass. Here, too, the style is quite forward and fruit-driven, that makes the Pernanno an excellent choice for drinking over the near and medium term.  (Mar 2015)

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The Bongiovanni farmstead (“cascina” in Italian; pronounced ka-shee´-nah) dates back to the early 1950s, when it was purchased by Giovanni Bongiovanni, a grass-roots man with a profound instinct for soil potential. Giovanni planted a Nebbiolo vineyard where there had been nothing but untamed woodland: he struck gold, yet never lived to bottle his own wine. The estate was left to his daughter Olga and it grew to cover premier hillside vineyards of Langhe. Grapes were all indigenous varieties with one noble “foreigner”, Cabernet Sauvignon. The latter - and a good number of other innovations - were due to Olga’s young nephew and winemaker, Davide Mozzone. Davide Mozzone was born at Castiglione Falletto and grew up on his maternal grandfather’s farm. Growing up Davide lived and breathed the family tradition, taking his first steps among the vineyards and inevitably choosing to become a winemaker. Davide’s first steps as winemaker was to cut down on quantity to enhance the soil’s potential and maximize quality resulting in modern red wines that combine character, concentration and consumer-friendly versatility. Davide’s modern style never contradicts the Langhe heritage, as we can see from the labels themselves. “My wine labels speak of our roots, our history: I have chosen to maintain my grandfather’s surname on Bongiovanni bottles rather than replace it with my own, Mozzone, in homage to his vision and dedication, and as a sign of continuity.” Bongiovanni now covers seven hectares (17.3 acres) under vine, and the range comprises one intriguing, fragrant native white: Arneis. Davide is flanked by his wife Marina and by top agronomist Gian Piero Romana, as attentive to every detail in the vineyard as the young owner himself. Total yearly production averages 30-35,000 bottles, and the Bongiovanni philosophy aims at minimizing outside intervention and maximizing character.

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