2015 Arnaldo Rivera Barolo Boiolo

2015 Arnaldo Rivera Barolo Boiolo

92 Points John Caro
2015 Arnaldo Rivera Barolo Boiolo
92 Points John Caro

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A beautiful Barolo of made from grapes grown in a single vineyard area. The Arnaldi Rivera label has just been released by an historic and newly renovated collective in Barolo. The Boiolo vineyard faces south east on darker clay soils typical of the region, and at an elevation of 420 metres, to produce a graceful wine of bright red fruits and palpable, food-loving tannins. Single site Barolo of real charm and finesse, this Boiolo is superb value for the table or cellar.

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$95.00 in mixed 6+ or $105.00 per bottle




Its Origins

The original Signor Rivera was the long-serving mayor of Castiglione Falletto who, in 1958, galvanised local growers into forming Terre del Barolo at a time when Fiat’s factory in Turin was draining the area’s manpower. Around 15 years ago, those running the co-op realised that if they didn’t find a way to make great wines from the best of their members’ vineyards, then the next generation would begin to drift away and establish their own private cellars. So in 2008, the cooperative launched a project under the ArnaldoRivera name featuring a single new pan-regional blend plus a cru wine series. Different vineyard sites and enthusiastic growers were identified; a quality charter was drawn up, and winery investments made. It’s been almost a decade in the making, but just over a month ago the new range was launched featuring the outstanding 2013 vintage, and including rarities like wines from a single site in Grinzano Cavour and a Rocche di Castiglione. In general, skin-contact times are a little shorter than at Produttori, and there is some discreet use of new oak (tonneaux rather than barriques) for most of the crus. The range also includes a white Nascetta from Novello, as well as a single-vineyard Diano d’Alba Dolcetto and a Valdisera Barbera d’Alba. -- Decanter Magazine, Andrew Jefford

What The Critics Say

17/20 JancisRobinson.com, Walter Speller

"A shade deeper than their Monvigliero of the same vintage. Firmer and with a little more concentration but also a little richer. Concentrated and fruity, but really well balanced with cracking tannins and bright acidity. La Morra. Since 1999 this vineyard has been the co-op’s own property and was replanted in 2002. (WS)." Drink 2020 - 2030

Stats & Food Matching

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    2020 - 2030

This Wine Goes Well With

with GAME
with LAMB
with PORK



Delivery & Returns

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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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