Damilano Barolo Lecinquevigne Piedmont, Italy

Damilano Barolo Lecinquevigne Piedmont, Italy

Damilano Barolo Lecinquevigne Piedmont, Italy

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The Damilano company is one of the oldest wineries in Barolo. The family business dates back to 1890 when Giuseppe Borgogno started cultivating and producing wine from the grapes from his own vineyards. Giuseppe improved the general quality of the vinification system and of the wines, turning the winery into a “jewel” of the Langhe area. In 1997 Giuseppe passed the winery on to his grandchildren Paolo, Mario, and Guido. Together, they are working to keep and improve the level of the quality of the Damilano wines. (winery notes)

"Lecinquevigne" refers to the five vineyards where the nebbiolo grape for Barolo is harvested. Sourcing from multiple vineyards integrates each site's best characteristics into the finished wine. 

Check out the press!

94 points, James Suckling:
"A juicy red with dried strawberry and orange peel, as well as cedar and spice undertones. It’s medium-to-full-bodied with firm, fine tannins that are integrated with a flavorful finish. Juicy with lots of flavor." (3/19/21)

92 points, Wine Enthusiast Magazine:
"Aromas of ripe wild berry, blue flower, and forest floor mingle with a balsamic whiff of camphor. Full-bodied and firmly structured, the palate offers ripe black-skinned berry, raspberry compote, licorice, and menthol alongside tightly knit, fine-grained tannins." (12/1/21)

91 points, Robert Parker:
"As its name suggests, this wine draws its fruit from five crus across the appellation. They are Brunate, Liste, Cerequio, Cannubi and Raviole. The 2017 Barolo Lecinquevigne is balanced and bright. If there are leading qualities to assign to the Damilano family wines, they are consistency and accessibility. This medium-term 2017 is linear and less constructed overall, and you do sense some of the ripeness of the vintage, thanks to that sweet spot on the close." (6/17/21)

ABV: 14.5%

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