Coppo Barolo

Piemonte, Barolo DOCG

Given its long history in the area, the Coppo family is among the very few allowed to produce its Barolo from Cru Nebbiolo vineyards within the appellation but crushed, fermented and aged in Canelli just outside the designated production area.

Tasting Notes

NOSE: violet, cherries and liquorice aromas TASTE: well balanced and elegant

PAIRINGS: roasted beef shank, braised veal, baked lamb with herbs and potatoes

AGING: 30 months in large French oak casks and 6 to 12 months in the bottle

GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo

PRODUCTION AREA: La Morra

Given its history in the appellation, the Coppo winery is among the very few allowed to produce Barolo from Nebbiolo vineyards within the appellation but in a facility outside the designated production area.

Tasting Notes

NOSE: violet, cherries and liquorice aromas TASTE: well balanced and elegant

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

FIRST VINTAGE PRODUCED: since the winery’s foundation

GRAPE VARIETY: Nebbiolo ALCOHOL: 14,25 % vol TOTAL ACIDITY: 5,10 g/l pH: 3,50

PRODUCTION AREA: La Morra e Grinzane Cavour EXPOSURE: south - south west SOIL COMPOSITION: calcareous marl VINEYARD ALTITUDE: 650-820 ft a.s. l. TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot VINEYARD DENSITY: 4.000 - 5.000 plants per hectare

TRADE & MEDIA ASSETS /////////////////

2008 Coppo Barolo – Bottle

2008 Coppo Barolo – Label

2008 Coppo Barolo – Tasting Notes

2009 Coppo Barolo – Bottle

2009 Coppo Barolo – Label

2009 Coppo Barolo – Sales Sheet

2009 Coppo Barolo – Shelftalker

2009 Coppo Barolo – Tasting Notes