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Sottimano Curra Barbaresco 2008

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The Curra vineyard is just east of Cotta – the name deriving from a holding that belonged to some curato, or parish priest, in the past. The vines run gently downhill on a south west-facing slope, ranging in elevation from 220 to 300 metres above sea level. Fermentation takes place in oak.

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The Sottimano winery was founded in 1974 by Maggiore Sottimano; the first step was purchasing the cellar and the vineyard in the Cottá area, a very highly reputed area for Nebbiolo grapes. Since then, Mr. Rino Sottimano the owner has developed the estate by buying other prestigious vineyards: Currá, Fausoni, Pajoré and, more recently, Basarin. Currently, our family cultivate an average of 13 he... Read more
The Sottimano winery was founded in 1974 by Maggiore Sottimano; the first step was purchasing the cellar and the vineyard in the Cottá area, a very highly reputed area for Nebbiolo grapes. Since then, Mr. Rino Sottimano the owner has developed the estate by buying other prestigious vineyards: Currá, Fausoni, Pajoré and, more recently, Basarin. Currently, our family cultivate an average of 13 hectares and the production is divided into five “crus” of Barbaresco: Currá, Cotta, Fausoni, Basarin and Pajoré,one Dolcetto “Bric del Salto”, one Barbera “Pairolero” and one dry Brachetto , called “Maté”. The company produces an average of 60,000 bottles. Read less

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The Curra vineyard is just east of Cotta – the name deriving from a holding that belonged to some curato, or parish priest, in the past. The vines run gently downhill on a south west-facing slope, ranging in elevation from 220 to 300 metres above sea level. Fermentation takes place in oak.

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