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Only 300 cases available

93-Point Cru Barolo

Our Italian wine expert, Leonardo, knows it’s not often that a winemaker in Barolo offers you a deal. Rarer still when she belongs to one of the region’s most revered families.

For over 100 years, the family has run a winery at the bottom of the revered slopes of Cannubi. Thin fencing separates their vineyards from those of Vajra and Luciano Sandrone—famous friends whose Barolos can go for $80 to $250. They’ve also cherry-picked top sites across Barolo, including vines in Cerviano-Merli. The prized release they offered Leo hails from this tiny cru and has two 93-point scores—and is available to WSJwine fans at a price rarely seen.

On just a couple conditions. We had to skip the lengthy paperwork for official Cru classification to clear the surplus of the 2017 edition from their cellars. And we couldn’t release it under their (very famous) family name.

It’s a fantastic deal, especially when you consider the wine has been perfectly cellared for six years and is just entering its peak.

Only 300 cases available. As it makes its way from Barolo, you can reserve six bottles for just $45. See full details below.

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How this offer works How It Works

Reserve 6 bottles for only $45. When the wine is ready for delivery in mid-March, we’ll charge you the balance of $224.94, plus $14.99 shipping and applicable tax. Ships free for Advantage members.

You’ll have saved $90 and paid $44.99 a bottle for an age-worthy, top-estate Barolo. Orders must be placed before Feb. 15 at the very latest.

To ensure prompt delivery of your wine, please alert us to any changes in your contact or billing information before final payment is due in March. Initial deposit is non-refundable.

Offer ends 2/15/2023—or when we sell out.

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