Coppo Barolo DOCG

Barolo DOCG, Piemonte

Because of its historical significance, Coppo is among the few wineries allowed to vinify Nebbiolo to become Barolo outside of the wine’s strict production zone.

Tasting Notes

  • COLOR: intense garnet
  • NOSE: violet, cherries and licorice aromas
  • TASTE: well balanced, harmonious and elegant

PAIRINGS: baked beef shank, braised veal cut, baked lamb with potatoes

  • VINIFICATION SYSTEM: maceration with skin contact with short and soft pumping over the skin cap
  • AGING: 30 months in casks followed by bottle aging

  • APPELATION: Barolo DOCG
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo

  • EXPOSURE: south-south west
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with presence of sand and silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SISTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4.000 - 5.000 plants per hectare

Because of its historical significance, Coppo is among the few wineries allowed to vinify Nebbiolo to become Barolo outside of the wine’s strict production zone.

Tasting Notes

  • COLOR: intense garnet
  • NOSE: violet, cherries and licorice aromas
  • TASTE: well balanced, harmonious and elegant

PAIRINGS: baked beef shank, braised veal cut, baked lamb with potatoes.

  • VINIFICATION SYSTEM: maceration with skin contact with short and soft pumping over the skin cap
  • MALOLACTIC: totally carried out
  • AGING: 36 months in large oak cask

  • APPELLATION: Barolo DOCG
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo
  • ALCOHOL: 13.93% vol
  • TOTAL ACIDITY: 5.91 g/l
  • pH: 3.50

  • EXPOSURE: south-southwest
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with presence of sand and silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4,000 - 5,000 plants per hectare

Because of its historical significance, Coppo is among the few wineries allowed to vinify Nebbiolo to become Barolo outside of the wine’s strict production zone.

Tasting Notes

  • COLOR: intense garnet
  • NOSE: violet, cherry and licorice aromas
  • TASTE: well balanced, harmonious and elegant

PAIRINGS: baked beef shank, braised veal cut, baked lamb with potatoes

  • MALOLACTIC: totally carried out
  • AGING: 36 months in large oak casks

  • APPELLATION:  Barolo DOCG
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo
  • ALCOHOL: 13.60% vol
  • TOTAL ACIDITY: 5.45g/l
  • pH: 3.49

  • EXPOSURE: south - southwest
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with presence of sand and silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4,000 – 5,000 plants per hectare

Because of its historical significance, Coppo is among the few wineries allowed to vinify Nebbiolo to become Barolo outside of the wine’s strict production zone.

Tasting Notes

  • NOSE: violet, cherries and licorice aromas
  • TASTE: well balanced, harmonious and elegant

Pairs well with baked beef shank, braised veal cut, baked lamb with potatoes.

  • VINIFICATION SYSTEM: maceration with skin contact with short and soft pumping over the skin cap
  • MALOLACTIC: totally carried out
  • AGING: 36 months in large French oak casks

  • APPELLATION: Barolo DOCG
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo
  • ALCOHOL: 13.48% vol
  • TOTAL ACIDITY: 4.90 g/l
  • pH: 3.68

  • EXPOSURE: south - southwest
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with presence of sand and silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4,000 - 5,000 plants per hectare

Because of its historical significance, Coppo is among the few wineries allowed to vinify Nebbiolo to become Barolo outside of the wine’s strict production zone.

Tasting Notes

  • NOSE: violet, cherries and licorice aromas
  • TASTE: well balanced, harmonious and elegant

Pairs well with baked beef shank, braised veal cut, baked lamb with potatoes.

  • VINIFICATION SYSTEM: maceration with skin contact with short and soft pumping over the skin cap
  • MALOLACTIC: totally carried out
  • AGING: 36 months in large French oak casks

  • APPELLATION: Barolo DOCG
  • GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo
  • ALCOHOL: 13.61% vol
  • TOTAL ACIDITY: 5.10 g/l
  • pH: 3.68

  • EXPOSURE: south - southwest
  • SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous clay marl with presence of sand and silt
  • VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s.l.
  • TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
  • VINEYARD DENSITY: 4,000 - 5,000 plants per hectare

  • 90

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    Wine Enthusiast, December 2019

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  • 93

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    Wine Advocate, August 2019

    "Showing a medium garnet color with dim copper highlights, the 2015 Barolo offers pretty aromas of candied fruit, dried raspberry and cassis. Those bright and buoyant aromas are followed by subtle tones of licorice, dried herb, mint and medicinal herb. This Nebbiolo-based wine from Coppo boasts very good overall precision and elegance."

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  • 90

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    Wine Advocate, April 2019

    "The Coppo 2011 Barolo opens to a pretty garnet color with light ruby highlights. The bouquet delivers some fruit ripeness with blackberry preserves and dried cherry. Tobacco, spice and licorice add balance and weight to the wine's powerful flavor profile."

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  • 90

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    Kerin O'Keefe, Wine Enthusiast, October 2015

    "Pressed iris, scorched earth, ripe berry and cake spice lead the way. The juicy palate delivers wild cherry, raspberry, clove, cinnamon and tobacco alongside fresh acidity and polished tannins. It’s almost approachable but will be even better in a couple of years. Drink 2017–2022."

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  • 92

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    Wine Advocate, April 2019

    "The 2010 Barolo adopts a traditional and quiet approach to Nebbiolo. The wine opens to pretty nuances of pressed violets, tar, licorice and tilled earth. In terms of mouthfeel, this Barolo delivers a mid-weight approach with elegant and ethereal lightness."

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  • 92

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    Kerin O'Keefe, Wine Enthusiast, October 2015

    "Underbrush, violet, wild berry, menthol and sweet pipe tobacco aromas lead the way on this vibrant wine. The sleek palate doles out juicy wild cherries, baking spices and crushed herbs, while fresh acidity and a network of polished tannins provide backup. Drink 2016–2025."

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