- Enzo Boglietti established his winery in 1991 in the heart of La Morra after growing up farming grapes, tending dairy cows and making fine cheeses
with his father.
- Since then his holdings have grown to include 50 acres of single vineyard sites scattered across the Langhe.
- Enzo might well be the most open minded, progressive grower/vintner you'll come across in Piemonte - Visit his winery during harvest and you will find
new experiments around each corner, with carefully marked lots bubbling away in every vessel imaginable, from botti, to foudre, to concrete egg,
About the Wine
- This La Morra vineyard spills over into the actual township of Barolo on a long slope which varies from 260-405 meters above sea level. Exposure is
predominantly south to southeast. Enzo loves making wine from this site as it has the rare ability to deliver perfumed elegance and power in equal
Vintage: 2013 | Wine Type: Red Wine
Origin: Italy | Appellation: Barolo DOCG
Elaboration: Sustainably farmed, harvested by hand and fermented with native yeasts. Spontaneously fermented, kept on skins for 4
weeks with daily plunging and pump overs. Elevage 28/30 months in used barrels. Silty clay soil, sub alkline with very little organic matter.
Winemaker: Enzo Boglietti
Bright ruby color. Well defined aromatics of red fruit, dried rose and sweet spice. Supple and vibrant, the Boiolo from this vintage reveals a remarkable
texture both velvety and sinewy with a fine and long aftertaste.
Production: 266 cases (6x750ml) | Alcohol: 14.12% | TA: 5.75 g/l | Residual Sugar:
.4 g/l |
Press & Points
2014 - 92 Points, James Suckling
2013 - 90 Points, Wine and Spirits
2013 - 93 Points, Wine Enthusiast
2012 - 91 Points, Wine Enthusiast
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