Region: Barolo, Italy
Tasting Notes: Forest berry, fragrant blue flower and culinary spice aromas come to the forefront along with hints of underbrush. The linear palate is more subdued than the nose, suggesting sour cherry, orange rind and fennel seed alongside chalky, drying tannins that leave an extremely astringent close. -Kerin O’Keefe @ Wine Enthusiast
Pairing: Think big, rich red meat dishes, and big, rich mushroom dishes for those who prefer sans meat. Osso Buco…yes please! Veal Chops…definitely! Mushroom Risotto…absolutely! For the best of both worlds and a little umami try this Miso, Mushroom & Brisket Pie by Cassie Best.
The total surface area of Oddero vineyard property is about 35 hectares, of which 16.5 are cultivated with Nebbiolo for making Barolo and Barbaresco. The family property also includes about 6 hectares of hazelnut trees, the prized Nocciola Piemonte IGP of the Langhe. The new Production Regulations (Disciplinari di Produzione) for Barolo and
Barbaresco officially include the codifications for “Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive.” These are geographical areas that are particularly prized for Nebbiolo cultivation. Several of the Oddero winery’s historical vineyard properties enter into this designation, and the names have been used since the 1980s on the labels of our Barolo and Barbaresco wines.
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