Elvio Cogno – Barolo Riserva Ravera vigna Elena – 2016

Barolo Riserva Ravera vigna Elena is the wine that most represents the winery, in fact the label was designed by his daughter Elena when she was only 3 years old. Produced only in the best vintages, only the rare Nebbiolo Rosè clone is used, which is famous for giving wines that are much more perfumed and delicate but drained of color. The wine performs a traditional aging of 36 months in large oak barrels plus another 2 years in the bottle. A Mr. Barolo.

  • Producer: Cogno Elvio
  • Name: Barolo Riserva Vigna Elena
  • Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
  • Vintage: 2016
  • Alcohol Content: 14,5%
  • Bottle Size: 750ml
  • Production: 4000 bottles

Productive Notes: fermentations in temperature-controlled steel tanks. Aged in large oak barrels for 36 months, plus two years in bottle.

Wine naturally contains solphites


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Elvio Cogno, now one of the most renowned wineries for the production of Barolo, but the road to success was by no means easy. Born in 1936 with a dream of producing great Barolo, only after years of experience and collaborations with other wineries did he manage to buy a farmhouse in Novello in the 1980s. Finally in the 1990s, thanks also to the arrival of his daughter Nadia and brother-in-law Walter, the first label of Barolo “Ravera,” one of the most important crus in the commune of Novello, was released. The winery’s philosophy is absolutely traditional, with the exclusive use of large oak barrels and respect for the land, enhancing in the wines the characteristics of the soils, creating austere wines with a great capacity to evolve over time.

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