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Pinot Nero Campo Romano, Poderi Colla 2019
Pietro Colla only makes one large (old) cask of this pinot nero each year from a small plot of 40-year-old vines, including 10% whole bunches in the ferment to enhance the spice and herbal perfume on this lovely red-berry focused Italian pinot for porcini, chicken cacciatore and much more besides.
Price: £21.50 Bottle
Price: £258.00 Case of 12
- Red Wine
- Pinot Noir
- Now to 2025
- 13% Alcohol
- oak used but not v. noticeable
- Cork, natural
Beppe Colla was one of the great names of Piedmont wine, making the reputation of Prunotto before it was sold to Antinori by using his remarkable knowledge of where the best grapes were grown. With his much younger brother (by 25 years), Tino, and the next generation he worked tirelessly at this family-owned winery. During that time he also gave his all to the role of president of the Conzorzio di Tutela Barolo Barbaresco. Since he died aged 88 early in 2019 the family continue to make excellent Piedmont wines using their own grapes from Roncaglie in Barbaresco (planted in 1969 and 1980) and Barolo Bussia Dardi le Rose which Beppe always thought produced the most balanced nebbiolo wines. Tino spent a formative period in Burgundy and likes wines with finesse which respect their origin, and he also grows a little pinot noir and riesling.