Wine is different every year, depending on rainfall, temperature, and even winemaker. To truly understand this phenomenon you have to try the same exact wine from the same exact vineyard across several vintages. This is where we come in.
We’re taking it a step further with a single vineyard Barolo vertical. Taste 3 wines from Ravera, a vineyard known for vibrancy, middle-weight depth and the ability to cellar for decades. Start with the 2013 and taste subsequent vintages up to 2015 - the latest release, and one that’s potential is for the history books.
2013 is silky with striking aromatics and a touch of rose hip tea. 2014 was a colder vintage that produced perfumey wines that are very expressive at the moment, and 2015 - the darling of the bunch - is already boasting an ephemeral nose of strawberry, cherry and sweet anise in its youth.
Parmigiano reggiano, ribeye steak, truffles, 5-spice chicken, sliced prosciutto