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Wine Fratelli Revello, "Vigna Gattera", Barolo DOCG, 2009

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Tasting Notes


The wine has a deep red color.


Velvety, round, full-bodied taste of wine with silky tannins, well balanced acidity and elegant fruit and berry motifs. Long aftertaste with spicy spicy nuances.


In the inimitable aroma of wine with notes of juicy dark red fruit, the fragrance of flowers and spices.


The wine perfectly complement the dishes of red meat, lamb, veal, game, mature cheeses.

Interesting Facts

"Vigna Gattera", Barolo DOCG, 2009 differs intense, multi-faceted fragrance, and his deep and velvety taste certainly will appeal to fans of classic red wines Barolo. Barolo region, the birthplace of this excellent wine, is a hilly area in Piedmont, north-west Italy. Wineries located here are famous in the entire world production of rich, saturated red wines mainly from Nebbiolo grapes. High region received DOCG status in 1980. The variety of soils and a favorable climate allow you to create excellent wines, fully reflects the unique terroir.

Nebbiolo grape varieties used winemakers farm Fratelli Revelli for wine grows in the vineyard "Vigna Gatter" planted in 1960 in the province of Annunziata 250 meters above sea level. It is dominated chalk and clay soils, and the average yield per hectare of 5.5-6.0 tons. Harvesting is carried out in mid-October. Maceration on the skins takes place in special rotating horizontal tanks for 4 days. Alcoholic fermentation wort is carried out in stainless steel tanks for 10 days, followed by a phase of malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels, which comes to replace the aging of wine in barrels made of Slavonian oak for 24 months. And just after 4 years after the harvest of delicious wine supplied to the public.

Producer's description

Revell Family comes from the tenants of the farm belonging to the parish of St. Martin in La Morra. In 1954, the venerable Giovanni Revelli - grandfather of the current owners of farms - and his two sons Giacomo and Ercole began to grow here vineyards, crops which are then sold to major wine producers. In 1967, the winery was the first in the family Revell wine that has successfully been sold on the market. But since 1982 by as much as 5 years in the wine sector has been suspended because the sons Giacomo Revell - brothers Lorenzo and Carlo chose for himself a different way of life and other professions not related to winemaking.

In 1987, Carlo Revelli first decided to go back to the family winemaking business and continue to work with wine. After 3 years, it is joined by brothers Lorenzo and along with his father and uncle Giacomo Ercole continue the family tradition of creating high-quality red wine. Since 1992, Lorenzo and Carlo began to create their own wines, but before that they had substantial work in the vineyards in La Morra, modernized production lines, introduced innovative technologies in the production process. The most cultivated grapes in the economy have become Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Barbera. Harvesting is carried out entirely by hand, from 15 September to 15 October, depending on the variety and maturity of the grapes. For excerpts brothers Carlo and Lorenzo started to use French oak barrels, following the advice of Elio Altare. Since 1990, the winery started with success to develop one more direction - agritourism, where in addition to relaxing in the comfortable rooms of 4 visitors are encouraged familiarity with the ancient traditions of winemaking family Revell, and the contemplation of the beautiful landscape of the Langhe.


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