Bruno Giacosa worked in the wine industry from 1944 almost to his death in 2018, was a perfectionist, and was as responsible as anyone for the improvements in quality and reliability of Piedmontese wine over the last 50 years.
He owns vineyards in Barolo, Barbaresco and Alba and also acts as a negotiant for many growers in the region. The firm is now managed by his daughter Bruna and wine-making is back in the hands of Bruno’s old oenologist, Dante Scaglione, meaning that there is no reason to expect any drop in standards.
Wines from vineyards owned by Bruno Giacosa are bottled as “Azienda Agricola Falletto Bruno Giacosa”, whereas negociant bottlings are marked “Casa Vinicola Bruno Giacosa”.
Please allow around a week for delivery of this wine.
Overseas deliveries can take longer.
For transfers under bond or to recover VAT on export, please contact us at [email protected]
2011 was a good but inconsistent vintage in Piedmont
Other 2011 Barolo DOCG
2011 Giacomo Fenocchio Barolo Cannubi: £56
2011 Giacomo Fenocchio Barolo Bussia: £58
2011 Elio Grasso Barolo Gavarini Vigna Chiniera: £67
2011 Elvio Cogno Barolo Bricco Pernice: £100
2011 Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo Tre Tine: £270
2011 Cappellano Barolo Pie Rupestris (150cl): £625
Other formats of 2011 Falletto di Bruno Giacosa Barolo Riserva
Other vintages of Falletto di Bruno Giacosa Barolo Riserva
Other wines from Falletto di Bruno Giacosa
1998 Barolo: £390
2000 Barbaresco Asili Riserva (150cl): £1550
2000 Barbaresco Asili Riserva: £735
2003 Barolo Le Rocche: £190
2004 Barolo: £370
2011 Barbaresco Asili Riserva (300cl): £1700
2011 Barbaresco Asili Riserva (150cl): £660
2011 Barolo: £145
2014 Barbaresco Asili Riserva (300cl): £1700
2014 Barbaresco Asili Riserva (150cl): £735
2014 Barbaresco Asili Riserva: £370
2014 Barolo: £155
2015 Barolo: £185
2015 Barbaresco Rabaja: £215
2016 Barolo (150cl): £420