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Barolo is a hilly village situated in Piedmont, northwestern Italy. The Barolo wine area covers several small villages near the town of Alba. The soils and micro climates vary between them, creating differences between the different wines produced but despite their differences, they all possess the main characteristics of a Barolo wine, tar and roses aroma, firm tannins, high acidity and alcohol. Due to their differences, there are area that are considered “cru”, and these are Cannubi, Sarmazza, Brunate, Cerequio, Rocche, Monprivato, Villero, Lazzarito, Vigna Rionda, Bussia, Ginestra and Santo Stefano di Perno.



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