Producer: Fratelli Revello

Grape: Nebbiolo 100%

Pronunciation: “Nebi-oh-lo”

Region: Piedmont, Italy

Zone: DOCG Barolo

Producer Info:

Carlo and Enzo Revello, who took over from their father from 1990. They specialize in their home commune of La Morra, for the production of various Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo wines, including parts of La Morra‘s most famous crus, Gattera‘, Giachini‘ and the great Rocche dell‘Annunziata‘. These are really bright, fruity and complex wines.

Tasting note: "The 2004 Barolo Vigna Conca is among the strongest wines in the group. It is a touch less aromatically complex than the preceding wines yet it offers notable concentration and fatness on the palate which helps balance the wine's significant structural components. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2022."Galloni

Growing System: Guyot

Soil Composition: Calcarous-clayey

Production: Vinification in horizontal rotating macerators for approximately 4 days in contact with skins, completion of alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks in approximately 10 days, malolactic fermetation in French barrels

Ageing: in 24 months in French barriques using 50% new 50% used, bottled in the month of July of the year preceding market release. Available for sale four years after harvest, in March

Alcohol (%) 14.5%

Wine Review:

"A deep, resonant wine, the 2004 Barolo Conca is all about the texture and voluptuous fruit this south-facing site is so adept at yielding. The Conca is pliant and open, with plenty of immediacy, but fewer of the shades of nuance that the very best sites are capable of providing. All things considered, though, the Conca has developed nicely over the last few years. It is best enjoyed sooner rather than later." 90pts Antonio Galloni