Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 2013


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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2013 Other vintages
2016, 2015, 2014 and 2010
Appellation:Barbaresco (Piemonte, Italy)
Winery: Bruno Rocca
Volume: 150cl Other volumes
Grapes: Nebbiolo
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%
Bruno Rocca produces this Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 2013 (£184.46), a red wine from the region of Barbaresco that is based on 2013 nebbiolo and has an alcoholic content of 14.5%. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this red according to Drinks&Co users.

Description of Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 2013

Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 2013 (Nebbiolo)

TASTING NOTES Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà 2013:

  • View: dark red garnet.
  • Nose: memories of black fruit (blackberry, plum, black cherry), flowers (purple and pink) and spices.
  • Mouth: warm, elegant and enveloping flavor, good length and persistence, with a nice touch of cocoa.

APPELLATION: Barbaresco.

BODEGA: Bruno Rocca

GRAPES: Nebbiolo.

PAIRING: braised red meats, stews and roasts.



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The Winery

Bruno Rocca

Bruno Rocca

Notarial documents of the nineteenth century attest the presence of the Fortress in the City of Barbaresco from 1834, the year in which our ancestor Francesco (1834-1894) was born.

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Reviews of Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 2013


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4 /5

It did not match with the dinner. My best friend had tried it and she recommended it to me.
Outstanding cherry colour with a low layer. Strong aromas of nuts. An astonishing Barbaresco on the palate.
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Reviews of other vintages of Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabajà Magnum 201320162014


I bought it in the cellar.
Intense ruby tone. First of all, you'll perceive a raspberry flavour. It had a correct astringency.
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A good Bruno Rocca who goes well with beef stew. Me and my clients from Barbaresco tasted it together.
Red ruby colour with reddish brown edges. Peculiar aromas of raspberry. It has a dense texture.
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