Please note: Your order into Canada requires duties and taxes to be paid to Canadian Customs. Vivino will not collect these taxes, but we will provide you an estimate of these taxes at checkout. Once your package reaches the border, Canadian Customs will contact you and request payment, at which time your order will be released to be delivered.

Historical Grand Cru Barolo: 8 Cherry Picked Vineyard Rows | Aged 13 Years at the Winery

Batasiolo Beni di Batasiolo Boscareto Barolo 2005

US$60.05 / bottle

Bottles
List price (US$90.09/bottle)
Discount
Your price (US$60.05/bottle)

Sorry, this special Vivino offer is no longer available. Please explore our other great wine deals.

The offer ends in

00days 00hours: 00minutes: 00seconds
Batasiolo Beni di Batasiolo Boscareto Barolo 2005
Vivino Users, (4.1)
"This Barolo is great! The palate lives up to the nose finishing with a long aftertaste."
Thomas Stafford, Certified Sommelier
96+ / 100
Wine Spectator
93 / 100

A story born from the name of a vineyard, Batasiolo, from which the two pioneering Dogliani brothers decided to build the Beni di Batasiolo. Based in La Morra, founded in 1978, the Batasiolo is distributed on 140 hectares of Estate owned vineyards and one of the few Italian companies that strive to combine the quantity with an excellent level productive.

About the vineyards

140 hectares of vineyards named as follows:
Batasiolo : on the slope to the South / East this vineyard has a soil composed of clay and azure marls that enhances the characteristics of Nebbiolo grapes;
Bussia Bofani: on the south / west side, mainly clayey soil and composed of calcareous marl typical of the Barolo area;
Boscareto: the vineyard overlooks the village of Serralunga at an altitude of over 400 meters. The soil on the South / West side is made up of marls of Sant'Agata fossili, with a high concentration of limestone and clays which provide structure and tannin to Barolo wine;
Bricco di vergne: on the south / west side, overlooking the upper Tanaro valley, between the villages of La Morra and Barolo;
Briccolina: exposed to the South / West above the village of Serralunga d'Alba. The land composed of marl of Sant'Agata fossili, rich in limestone and calcium carbonate;
Brunate: vineyard exposed to the south, bordering with Cerequio. The land is composed of bluish marl of Sant'Agata interspersed with deep sandy veins, rich in minerals;
Cerequio: located in the municipality of La Morra and located in the center of the sub-zone amphitheater, it is one of the most historic vineyards in the Barolo area. It is exposed to South - South / East, at an altitude of 350 meters. The soil is mainly composed of compact blue marls, lightened by the presence of sandy layers rich in minerals;
Morino: exposed to the East the vineyard is associated with its calcareous soil, poor in potassium;
Bricco S. Pietro Tantesi: at an altitude of over 400 meters, this vineyard occupies a slope facing south / west. The soil of the upper part is predominantly sandy, while the remaining part is rich in clay and limestone.
Zonchetta: exposed to South / East, the soil is composed of bluish marls, characteristic of the area, and light sandy veins, which guarantee extremely fragrant wines.

Winemaker: Arcanum Team
Appellation: Tuscany, Italy
Accolades:
- 4.1/5.0, Vivino Users
- 93 pts, Wine Spectator
- 92 pts, James Suckling
Grapes: Nebbiolo
Alcohol: 13.5% 

Reviews

4.1 ★ Vivino Users 

"This Barolo is great! The palate lives up to the nose finishing with a long aftertaste."

93 pts, Wine Spectator (Rated 2009)

"Ripe strawberry aromas, with mahogany and coffee bean. Full-bodied, with very ripe fruit character, chewy tannins and a long finish. Powerful and rich. Balanced and tight. Best after 2013. 1,600 cases made."

Read more about Batasiolo Beni di Batasiolo Boscareto Barolo 2005 on www.vivino.com