Barolo Gavarini Chiniera Elio Grasso 2017

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Format: 75 cl
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Le Barolo Gavarini Chiniera d'Elio Grasso est tiré de trois hectares de vignes situés à Monforte d'Alba. Le vin est élevé de manière classique (passage en botti de chêne de 25 hectolitres) puis il est affiné en bouteilles 8 à 10 mois. Le Barolo Gavarini Chiniera surprend par son parfum intense, ses nombreuses nuances et son grand équilibre. Il est généralement récolté avant le Casa Maté. Les derniers millésimes dégustés sont tout simplement superbes!
Producteur: Elio Grasso
Région: Piémont
Appellation: Barolo
Millésime: 2017
Volume (en cl): 75
Couleur: Rouge
Notes de dégustation


The Elio Grasso 2017 Barolo Gavarini Chiniera shows us that deft hands are able to shape good results in a challenging vintage. This wine is balanced and polished with an array of smaller and more detailed aromas that we simply don't see in the majority of Barolo releases from this hot and dry vintage. The bouquet here cautiously unveils tiny berry fruit, underbrush, wild rose, lilac, rusty nail and crushed stone. Nuanced and precise, this is one of a handful of 2017 releases that deserves special praise. - ML 06/2021


Grasso's 2017 Barolo Gavarini Chiniera is fabulous. In fact, the Gavarini is easily one of the wines of the vintage because it retains all of its classic signatures, which is also the sign of a first-class vineyard. Bright and vibrant in the glass, the Gavarini pulses with energy. Crushed red flowers, mint, chalk, white pepper, cinnamon and orange peel give the 2017 a super-classic Nebbiolo profile, as expressed in a relatively high-altitude site. The precision and finesse of the tannins - so hard to find in 2017- elevates the Gavarini into the realm of the sublime.


Ripe-berry aromas with toffee and some iodine and stone. Full-bodied with depth of fruit and chewy, polished tannins that are intense and pointed. This has so much structure and intensity. Give it time to soften and come together. Try in 2025. - JS 06/2021