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My wife, our two grown up daughters and myself, visited the Enoteca Regionale del Barolo in October 2018.
The Enoteca is owned by the Barolo commune, which makes it non commercial. As a result, they cannot recommend wines, but walk you through your choice of...More
Basically you can skip this one.
I think it is such a pity that the Barolo region doesn’t use this enoteca as an opportunity to create ambassadors for their great wine! At least that is my feeling about my visit.
The enoteca is located in...More
Use the enomatic system to offer 20 different tastings at reasonable prices. Organised by region so interesting approach plus includes an older vintage section. Tried wines we had not seen elsewhere. Bit off the beaten track but worth finding. Not much stock in May but...More
I’m not an expert in Barolo wines, but I found Enoteca Regionale de Baroloto be a great starting point to explore a wide variety of the wines from this famous DOCG, without having to visit each winery.
A great way to compare and contrast a big set of Barolos from different areas. Be careful you don't end up spending too much on all of them though. I enjoyed the range but I felt that the setting wasn't that conducive for properly appreciating...More
Seeing a working vineyard is amazing and the wine tasting was great. It had a little museum showing the history of the region and then we were taken down into the wine cellars and seeing all the barrels and then the collection of wines from...More