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Mauro Veglio Winery

This winery is located in the Barolo wine zone. If you want to plan a winery tour scroll down:

   
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Mauro Veglio Description

The farm consists of approximately 12 hectares in the communes of La Morra and Monforte d'Alba and produces about 60,000 bottles, half of which is Barolo DOCG. This size allows Mauro to keep a direct control on all production processes, in the vineyards as well as in cellar, maintaining high quality and making necessary investments in new technology and machinery.

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Wines from Mauro Veglio

Barolo D.O.C.G. Vigna Arborina

Tasting Notes: When the wine first enters the market it is fresh and a little austere, but still harmonious and balanced. With time the wine softens a little, but maintains the initial character for many years, particularly if stored in an ambient place that is fresh and humid without temperature variations.
Grape varieties: 100% Nebbiolo
Food Pairings: Red meat, medium aged cheeses, and also richer fish and crustaceans.
Total production: 10.000 bottles

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Barolo D.O.C.G. Castelletto

Tasting Notes: When the wine first enters the market it is forceful and more closed than the other 4 crus, but after the first year of release you can already appreciate its muscle and harmony and with time the wine exalts a forceful character while remaining fresh.
Grape varieties: 100% Nebbiolo.
Food Pairings: Red meat, medium aged cheeses, and wild game
Total production: 2.600 bottles

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Barolo D.O.C.G. Vigneto Rocche

Tasting Notes: When the wine first enters the market it is fresh and a little austere, but still harmonious and balanced. With time the wine softens a little, but maintains the initial character for many years, particularly if stored in an ambient place that is fresh and humid without temperature variations. Vigneto Rocche, in particular, is well-balanced upon release because of the refinement in new oak that creates an earlier softness.
Grape varieties: 100% Nebbiolo
Food Pairings: Red meat, medium aged cheeses, and also richer fish and crustaceans.
Total production: 1.800 bottles

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Barolo D.O.C.G. Vigneto Gattera

Tasting Notes: When the wine first enters the market it is judged to be richer and more evolved than the other 4 Crus, and with time one always appreciates the particularly warm and elegant spices.
Coulor: Ruby red with slight orange reflections.
Grape varieties: 100% Nebbiolo.
Food Pairings: Red meat, medium aged cheeses, and also richer fish and crustaceans
Total production: 5.200 bottles produced.
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Barbera d'Alba D.O.C. Cascina Nuova

Tasting Notes: Long aging in the bottle is not necessary, however the underlying structure supported by the acidity allow for aging.
Coulor: Ruby-Violet and very dense
Grape varieties: 100% Barbera.
Food Pairings: Rich pastas with sauces of meats and liver; Fritto misto of Piedmont, bollito misto with salsa; Bagna Cauda.
Total production: 5.000 bottles produced.
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Barbera d'Alba D.O.C.

Tasting Notes: Delicate perfume of blackberry. Medium-bodied, harmonious and velvety, with acid typical of the grape.
Coulor: Ruby-Violet and very dense
Grape varieties: 100% Barbera.
Food Pairings: Light pastas like tajarin, or agnolotti with butter and sage.
Total production: 7.000 bottles produced.
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Dolcetto d'Alba D.O.C.

Tasting Notes: Aromas of wine, fresh violets and blueberry. Medium-bodied, easy drinking to be appreciated in the summer months. In the Langhe as well as other areas of Piedmont it is considered an excellent, everyday wine.
Coulor: Intense violet.
Grape varieties: 100% Dolcetto.
Food Pairings: Salami Misto, antipasti, light plates and summer vegetables.
Total production: 16.000 bottles produced.
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Langhe Nebbiolo D.O.C. Angelo

Tasting Notes: Fresh aromas of roses and red fruits, medium bodied, round and delicate, uniting the complexity typical of nebbiolo with the pleasing freshness that results from the brief time in bottle and wood.
Coulor: ntense ruby
Grape varieties: 100% Dolcetto.
Food Pairings: Ideal with all pastas, when you want a wine with good body, but not overly demanding(also not highly priced).
Total production: 5.000 bottles produced.
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