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Diego Morra Barolo Monvigliero 2019


It is a translucent pale garnet in colour, with refined, harmonious aromas of sweet confit fruits and dried flowers. On the tongue, it is silky, restrained, quiet, unshowy and classical: a stealthy, understated expression of these hills and their marl soils. Give it a little time, though, and you’ll find the warmth of the vintage articulated through the soft cathedral glow of the fruits, the roundness and lyricism of its acidity, and the aromatic savouriness of its finish. Quietly splendid.

Diego Morra’s family has been in the wine and hazelnut business since the mid 1900’s. But it’s not until recently Diego started to bottle the wine under his own label. This practice was quite common back in the day. Today, the wine is bottled under the label Diego Morra.

Diego Morra owns about 30 hectares of vineyards spread across the towns of Verduno, La Morra and Roddi, and they make about 80.000 bottles in total. The age of the vineyard range in age from 13 years old (Pelaverga) to  40 years old (Monvigliero). The Nebbiolo for Barolo Monvigliero comes from multiple plots in the Monvigliero vineyard that add up to total of 12 hectares, all of which have South/South-East exposure and an altitude around 230-300m. Monvigliero is generally noted for elegant wines, capable of reconciling structure and balance, with a touch of depth and austerity that neighboring crus rarely express 

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