La Festa del Barolo Charity Lots
1) Explore the Essence of Monvigliero
Monvigliero is one of Barolo’s grand crus. Explore the essence of this great and historic site with a pair of rare Jéroboams.
2009 Fratelli Alessandria Barolo Monvigliero - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
1995 G.B. Burlotto Barolo Monvigliero - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
2) A Vertical of Cogno’s Barolo Riserva Vigna Elena
Follow the evolution of Cogno’s flagship Barolo Riserva Vigna Elena, which emerges from a small plot in the prestigious Ravera vineyard planted with the rare Rosé clone of Nebbiolo.
One bottle each of the 2007, 2006, 2004, 2001, 2000, 1999 Barolo Riserva Vigna Elena.
3) The Classicism of Cannubi
Cannubi is the most famous and storied of all the Barolo vineyards. Discover three very different expressions of this site with a stunning collection of rare large formats.
2006 Francesco Rinaldi Barolo Cannubbio - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
2006 E. Pira (Chiara Boschis) Barolo Cannubi - 1 Magnum (1.5L)
2010 Paolo Scavino Barolo Cannubi - 1 Magnum (1.5L)
4) Vietti’s 2001 Barolos
Explore the multiple shades of dimension of the 2001 vintage across several of Barolo’s most iconic vineyards with this quartet of wines from Vietti. One bottle each:
2001 Barolo Castiglione
2001 Barolo Brunate
2001 Barolo Lazzarito
2001 Barolo Rocche
5) Vintage 1955 Bartolo Mascarello
Treat yourself to a piece of history with this painfully rare 1.9L magnum of Bartolo Mascarello’s 1955 Barolo bottled in the hand blown bottiglione format that was common in Piedmont during this era. From the personal cellar of Antonio and Marzia Galloni. Purchased directly from the winery.
6) Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo in Rare Jéroboam
Each year Giuseppe Rinaldi bottles a small number of 3L Jéroboams, most of which are sent to the United States. Nearly impossible to find, a Rinaldi Jéroboam is sure to be a centerpiece in any cellar. From the personal cellar of Antonio and Marzia Galloni.
2009 Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo Brunate-Le Coste Jéroboam (3L)
7) Brovia’s 150th Anniversary Barolo in Jéroboam
In 2005, the Brovia family celebrated their 150th anniversary by bottling a special Barolo from their Rocche and Villero vineyards. The Jéroboam (3L) format is exceptionally rare.
2005 Brovia Barolo Rocche-Villero Edizione Limitata 150 Anniversario - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
8) Twelve Liters of Exceptional Barolo
Add four Barolo classics, all in rare Jéroboam (3L) format, to your cellar with this stunning collection of wines: 1 Jéroboam (3L) each:
1997 Azelia Barolo Bricco Fiasco - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
2004 Elio Grasso Barolo Runcot Riserva - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
2000 Luciano Sandrone Barolo Le Vigne - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
2010 G.D. Vajra Barolo Bricco delle Viole - 1 Jéroboam (3L)
9) Roberto Voerzio’s Barolo Sarmassa in Magnum
Bottled only in magnum, the Barolo Sarmassa is one of Roberto Voerzio’s smallest production wines. The 2011 yielded an open-knit, exquisite Barolo that can be cellared or enjoyed with just a few years in bottle.
2011 Roberto Voerzio Barolo Sarmassa Magnum