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Sandrone: Iconic Barolos

SANDRONE –  Located in Barolo, Italy, this estate's young history began only in the 1970s, when Luciano Sandrone bought his first Cannubi Boschis vines that were located on a hill known as the Cradle of Barolo. It’s terroir was one of the best in expressing the potential of Nebbiolo and created a distinctive Barolo. 

Today, the estate produces modern-style wines that are attractive and easy to drink when young, yet not compromising on power and structure from the classic Barolo. Sandrone’s most iconic wines are the Barolos: Cannubi Boschis and Le Vigne, known far and wide for their complexity and quality. 

Today’s offer features the Cannubi Boschis (a single vineyard wine) and Le Vigne. Limited quantities in stock and available for delivery now. Place your orders today by dropping us an email at customerservice@wine-clique.com.

Luciano Sandrone
 Barolo le Vigne (2000) - S$241 NETT (6 Btls) | RP 93
Barolo le Vigne (2001) - S$273 NETT (12 Btls) | RP 96
Barolo le Vigne (2005) | 1.5L - S$524 NETT (Last 3 Magnums) | RP 94
Barolo Cannubi Boschis (2005) | 1.5L - S$562 NETT (Last 2 Magnums) | RP 95

Ratings

Sandrone Barolo le Vigne (2000) | RP 93
“The 2000 Barolo Le Vigne is made from parcels across multiple vineyards, which is always an advantage in challenging vintages. The 2000 Le Vigne is fresher and more delineated than the Cannubi Boschis, although it lacks that wine’s sheer pedigree. Pretty floral notes are woven into a textured fabric of red fruit and spices. There is just enough freshness for this to continue to drink well for a handful of years. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2018. (AG)”  - Antonio Galloni, The Wine Advocate 

Sandrone Barolo le Vigne (2001) | RP 96
"Luciano Sandrone’s 2001 Barolo Le Vigne is fresh, vibrant and totally impeccable. Flowers, mint, minerals and juicy red berries are some of the many nuances that come to life in the 2001 Le Vigne. The wine gains volume and shape with time in the glass. Seemingly endless layers of fruit flesh out on the mid-palate and finish. Hints of leather, spices, licorice and flowers add further complexity on the close. This is a fabulous showing from Luciano Sandrone. Although Sandrone’s Cannubi Boschis gets most of the attention, the reality is that in many vintages Le Vigne is very much its equal. The ability to blend fruit from several parcels, an approach rarely used today, has plenty of merits." - Antonio Galloni, The Wine Advocate 

Sandrone Barolo le Vigne (2005) | RP 94 (Only available in Magnum Format - 1.5L)
"The 2005 Barolo Le Vigne opens with fresh, high-toned aromas that meld into a core of perfumed red fruits. There is notable vibrancy to the fruit, and although the 2005 is a relatively small-scaled vintage for this wine, the balance is exceptional. The Le Vigne has more than enough fruit to follow through all the way to the close, where notes of raspberry jam offer a final burst of intensity. Le Vigne is made from a number of parcels in Vignane (Barolo), Conterni and Ceretta (Monforte) and Merli (Novello). In 2005 the harvest took place in the first two weeks of October. The wines were vinified separately, then racked into 500-liter barrels. The final blend was assembled in the summer of 2006. Every year I taste through the various parcels separately and every year I am amazed by the way the final blend transcends the quality of the individual wines. Simply put, Le Vigne is a gem of a wine from Luciano Sandrone. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2021." - Antonio Galloni, The Wine Advocate 

Barolo Cannubi Boschis (2005) | RP 94 (Only available in Magnum Format - 1.5L)
“Sandrone’s 2005 Barolo Cannubi Boschis offers up pretty notes of mint, flowers, spices and dark red berries, with sweet notes of French oak that linger on the finish. This is a decidedly slender Cannubi Boschis that lacks some of the sheer pedigree and explosiveness of the best vintages. The tannins need some time to soften, but this is a wine that has continued to grow in bottle. It could very well turn out to be one of the vintage’s surprises. In 2005 the harvest took place at the end of September and the wine was aged in 500-liter barrels (one-third new). (AG)” - Antonio Galloni, The Wine Advocate 

 


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