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Le Pianelle - 93 Punkte für den 2010 Bramaterra

Liebe Weinfreunde,

mit großer Freude haben wir die hervorragende Bewertung des Weinkritikers Antonio Galloni, Vinous, von 93 Punkten aufgenommen.

Antonio Galloni gehörte von 2006 bis 2013 zum Verkostungsteam von Robert Parker (Wine Advocate). In dieser Funktion war er hauptsächlich für die Verkostungen in Italien verantwortlich. Seit 2013 betreibt er unter Vinousmedia.com eine eigene  Publikationsplattform im Internet. Nach eigenen Aussagen wird er sich primär um Bewertungen von Weinen aus Italien, Kalifornien, der Champagne und dem Burgund kümmern.

Den 2010er Bramaterra lobt er als einen wunderbar geformten Wein, der mit seiner klaren Struktur und einer ausgewogenen Balance überzeugt.

Lesen Sie nachstehend die ganze Bewertung von Antonio Galloni:

Producer: Le Pianelle
Name: Bramaterra
Vintage: 2010
Tasting Notes: The estate's debut, the 2010 Bramaterra is laced with dark red cherries, intensely perfumed flowers, spices and crushed rocks. A beautifully sculpted, chiseled wine, the 2010 is firing on all cylinders today. This fabulous Nebbiolo-based red is defined by its crystalline purity and fabulous overall balance.
The 2010 is Nebbiolo with some Croatina and Vespolina, fermented in open-top wood vats and aged in a combination of cask and neutral oak barrels.
Score: 93
Drinking Window:
2014 - 2020

Für uns ein absolutes Muss in jedem Liebhaber Keller!

Liebe Grüße,
Ihr Torsten Görke


2010 Bramaterra
Le Pianelle
Piemont | Italien

Ihr Vorzugspreis für 6 Flaschen 266,00 € statt 299,40 €
Listenpreis je Flasche 49,90 €

Angebot gültig bis 15.04.2014 oder solange Vorrat reicht.
Alle Preise verstehen sich brutto inkl. 19% MwSt. ab Lager Essen.


Le Pianelle

Proprietors Dieter Heuskel and Peter Di Poli have spent the last few years restoring Le Pianelle, a property in Bramaterra that had fallen into disrepair, which is sadly common in these parts. Vinous readers will recognize Di Poli for the superb quality of the wines he makes in Alto Adige. Di Poli has a classic-leaning palate that favors structured wines, so it is no surprise to see the style he is pursuing at Le Pianelle, one of the most exciting new estates I have come across in years. Readers who can find the 2010 Bramaterra should not hesitate, as it is fabulous. From Exploring Northern Piedmont (Mar 2014) by Antonio Galloni, Vinous

A Different Shade of Nebbiolo: Exploring Northern Piedmont

The Nebbiolo-based reds of Northern Piedmont remain some of the most exciting, under-the-radar wines in the world.

Barolo and Barbaresco get most of the attention in Piedmont, but the best wines of the north are equally deserving of attention. Specifically, Gattinara, Fara, Lessona, Ghemme and Carema – all tiny appellations – are capable of producing gorgeous, age-worthy reds loaded with class and personality.

For decades, these small towns, especially those in the provinces of Vercelli and Novara, had been the victims of rampant industrialization and the growth of the textile sector that lies at the heart of the global economy. Over the last 10-15 years, a small number of passionate winemakers have worked to restore these once-neglected vineyards and bring them back to their previous glory. As readers will see, the reds from this undiscovered corner of Italy have never been better.

The wines of northern Piedmont are generally medium in body and intensely aromatic, but also surprisingly structured and ageworthy, often deceptively so. The soils, which are defined as‘Morainic,’ are of glacial origins and give the wines bright, sometimes piercing acidity. As growing seasons get warmer, these appellations may turn out to be advantaged, as the wines always retain a measure of freshness. Nebbiolo (known here as Spanna) is often blended with other local grapes, including Vespolina, Croatina, and Bonarda (also known as Uva Rara), which gives these wines much of their unique personalities.

One of the things I love most about the Nebbiolo-based red of northern Piedmont is the way they shine at the table, where they pair beautifully with food. Because most estates release a later than is common in other regions, the wines have a bit more bottles age when they appear in the market. So far, the wines remain largely undiscovered, so they tend to be available for several years after release. I often look to northern Piedmont on restaurant lists, where these wines deliver outstanding value and offer the added benefit of being closer to their optimal drinking windows than so many other choices. Many estates age their top wines in cask, making northern Piedmont a fertile ground to explore for readers who like classically built, structured reds.

I hope readers will take the time to explore the small appellations of northern Piedmont. The wines have never been better than they are today. Hopefully the burgeoning Renaissance in this once-neglected part of Piedmont is just the beginning of things to come.

-- Antonio Galloni, Vinous


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