Composition: Nebbiolo 100%
Origin: La Morra
In temperature controlled stainless steel vats for approximately seven days. Malolactic completes in barrel
In oak barrels of diverse ages for 24 months and in bottle. No fining or filtration is used.
Wine Advocate – “I love these wines that source fruit from a single commune, or village, in the Barolo appellation. The entry-level Renato Corino 2016 Barolo del Comune di La Morra showcases silky tannins, loose textural fiber and pretty berry accents. Once you break it all down, this wine delivers on a promise of varietal purity and accessibility. Raspberry and wild cherry is followed by dried mint and basil. An ample 10,000 bottles were made.” (92 Pts)
Vinous – “The 2016 Barolo del Comune di La Morra is a serious wine that shows just how compelling the vintage is, even among entry-level bottlings. Black cherry, plum, spice, leather and menthol bring out darker shades of Nebbiolo in this rich, textured La Morra Barolo. This is an especially fleshy, rich style, especially among entry-level bottlings. Plush fruit and silky, polished tannins add considerable appeal”. Drink 2020-2030.” (91 Pts)