Azelia Barolo 2013
Established in 1920 by patriarch Lorenzo Scavino, Azelia is located in the commune of Castiglione Falletto. This small town is a special and unique location, where the two soils types of Barolo are stratified together, lending both power and elegance to the wines. In 1967, Alfonso Scavino (son of Lorenzo) took the reins of the estate and bottled the first wines under the Azelia name. Today, Alfonso’s son, Luigi and grandson, Lorenzo are the 3rd and 4th generations in charge of this family estate. To this day, the father and son team continue to apply what they learned from previous generations, making wines that respect the traditions of their forefathers, while utilizing modern techniques to continually improve their quality year-after-year.
|Region||Italy, Piedmont, Barolo|
Wine SpectatorThe rich, polished profile is generous, with vibrant cherry, plum, vanilla and tobacco flavors. Best from 2019 through 2030. 1,250 cases made.
Wine EnthusiastInviting aromas of dark berry, underbrush and baking spice unfold in the glass. The savory palate offers red cherry, licorice and white pepper alongside firm refined tannins. Drink after 2022.