Luciano Sandrone produces really quite a lot of wine from extremely low yielding vines, meaning that there are a lot of vines.
His iconic Barolo Cannubi Boschis came to prominence in the 1989 and 1990 vintages, and whilst those two vintages are really rather expensive, other vintages are not such bad value for such quality wine.
Please don’t ignore his ‘lesser’ wines though: the Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto d’Alba are all excellent value for everyday drinking.
All his wines are red.
Finally, it’s worth noting that some bottles are labelled ‘Sibi e Paucis’, which simply means that they have been cellared longer by Sandrone and released some years later than those without the ‘Sibi e Paucis’ label. So long as the wines have been well stored in the UK, there’s really no particularly reason to pay the premium for this.
Please allow around 2 weeks 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]
2018 was a good vintage in Piedmont
Other wines from Luciano Sandrone
2004 Barolo Le Vigne (150cl): £425
2005 Barolo Le Vigne (150cl): £310
2006 Barolo Cannubi Boschis: £245
2007 Barolo Cannubi Boschis: £245
2008 Barolo Cannubi Boschis: £215
2010 Barolo Le Vigne: £280
2013 Barolo Aleste (300cl): £885
2013 Barolo Aleste (150cl): £450
2013 Barolo Aleste: £180
2014 Barolo Aleste Cannubi Boschis (300cl): £435
2014 Barolo Aleste Cannubi Boschis (150cl): £205
2014 Barolo Aleste Cannubi Boschis: £99
2014 Barolo Le Vigne (300cl): £400
2014 Barolo Le Vigne (150cl): £180
2015 Barolo Aleste Cannubi Boschis (150cl): £235
2015 Barolo Le Vigne (150cl): £220
2015 Barolo Le Vigne: £110
2016 Barolo Aleste (150cl): £510
2016 Barolo Aleste: £220