Fratelli Revello Barolo Giachini Piedmont 2013
The Revello family has been involved in wine production since 1967, but it was not until the entry of the two brothers Enzo and Carlo Revello in 1990 that they aimed to sell the wine under their own name. The company, headquartered in the piedmont municipality of La Morra, has 8.5 hectares of plots on, among other things. Annunziata, Gattera and
Giachini. The total production is about 40,000 bottles.
When the first grapes were harvested for Barolo in 1992, it was not possible to wine-desect the individual fields separately. At the same time, some grapes had to be sold to raise capital for basement equipment. The situation was the same in 1993 and it was not until 1994 that giachini could be vinated and bottled as a single-field barolo, whereas rocche could not be tapped as a single field until 1996. As for so many of Piedmont's "Young Lions," the Revello brothers have been taught by Elio Altare, with the consequences of green harvesting, short maceration and barrique storage. The quality of the wines from Revello is already very high, but the expectations for the future are just as high and nothing suggests that Revello will disappoint.
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