2006 Azelia Barolo Margheria

2006 Azelia Barolo Margheria

2006 Azelia Barolo Margheria

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93+ Points
An exceptional opportunity to taste a pre-aged Barolo in the serious, brooding style of the great Margheria vineyard. Slighter deeper intensity and colour from the clay soils, with developing undercurrents of the earthy and 'umami' stuff that rounds out Barolo's floral nature so beautifully. With ten years it is already impressive, and will continue to grow in great drinking over the next decade. Chances are rare for back-vintages like this, so for those without a cellar - or like us with too little self control for aging delicious Azelia Barolos - we suggest you grab as many as you can.

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$150.00 in mixed 6+ or $170.00 per bottle




Its Origins

Alongside Massolino the barolos from Azelia are eye-watering bargains in the fine wine world. Anyone with a love of the nebbiolo grape should search out these under-valued Barolos for they are some of the most age- worthy wines in the world. In 1920 Cavalier Lorenzo Scavino began to vinify part of the grapes produced in the family's vineyards, a small rural reality in the heart of the Langhe region, in Castiglione Falletto. His son Alfonso started enthusiastically to bottle the wine produced and thanks to Luigi's father, Lorenzo, with perseverance and willpower, the wines were for the first time exported. The Azienda Agricola Azelia, in the centre of the area of Barolo production, is nowadays composed of 16 hectares and it produces, on average, 80,000 bottles per year. Luigi is supported by his wife Lorella and his son Lorenzo, who bears the name of his grandfather and who represents the fifth generation of wine producers. The family management is essential as it permits an extreme precision in every step of the production.

What The Critics Say

93/100 Vinous, Antonio Galloni

"The 2006 Barolo Margheria is totally Serralunga in its dark, vibrant fruit, violets, tar, iron, smoke and licorice. Endowed with tons of length and energy, the Margheria reveals notable complexity and a wiry, taut expression of fruit. The wine’s balance, though, is terrific. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2026...Proprietor Luigi Scavino doesn’t get anywhere near the attention he deserves, but make no mistake about it, his top Barolos play in the same league with Piedmont’s elite bottlings. The Barolos see malolactic fermentation and aging in French oak barriques, although the Margheria is aged in medium-size French oak barrels." (Tasted Feb 2010) Drink 2012 - 2026

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    2012 - 2026

This Wine Goes Well With

with BEEF
with PASTA
with PIZZA



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If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your order or you suspect that they may be affected by a quality issue, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will remedy the problem straight away. Contact us on 0800 422 767.


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