Morrell & Co. Wine Catalog

FALL 2018

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90 | MORRELL FINE WINE AND SPIRITS V ISIT u S AT MORRELLWINE .c OM cALL 800.96.WINES (800.969.4637) ITA l Y : P I e D mo NT V intage after vintage, we watch as the wines of Cavallotto receive remarkable praise from collectors and critics. These classic examples of Castiglione terroir have a way of tricking you in their youth with their soft textures and depths of fruit. However, the real trick is how they mature into wines of remarkable stature, ranking among the top traditional Barolos of the region. ✦ Cavallotto Barolo Bricco Boschis 2012 W a 92 » $59 "The bouquet opens to plump fruit tones with dried cherry and plum… autumnal leaf, tobacco, wild mushroom and savory spice." Monica Larner (1558261) Cavallotto Barolo Bricco Boschis 2013 W a 96+ » $69 "The 2013 Barolo Bricco Boschis is a tremendous effort that has an edge on the excellent 2010 vintage… delivers impressive depth and power." Monica Larner (1558287) Cavallotto Barolo Riserva Vignolo 2010 W e 97 » $102 "... This stunning wine opens up to reveal classic Nebbiolo aromas… the juicy concentrated palate dishes out layers of succulent black cherry… ramed in firm, velvety tannins." Kerin O'Keefe (1551196) Ge TT i NG TH e Ba L a NC e Ri GHT Castiglione Falletto is known for producing perfectly-balanced Barolos of incredible finesse, intense perfumes, velvety textures, and impressive structure. i t's also the town where we find the cantina of Cavallotto. Traditional to the core, save for the sparing use of rotary fermenters, and also one of the first producers in Piedmont to employ organic farming, Cavallotto creates textbook examples of Barolo, which today's producers are only now beginning to emulate.

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