CORAVIN SPECIALS featuring Barolo from Piemonte

La Morra is proud and fortunate to offer wine from our cellar using an avante-garde instrument called the Coravin. This innovation permits us to access wines without opening the actual bottle.

(Please inquire with your server, regarding other cellar options)

Experience the icons of Italy, Barolo and Amarone with these magnificent pours. Observe the benchmark producers for Barolo and Amarone, esteemed genres, which fabricate the aristocracy of the Italian wine world.

Contrast the Barolo styles of two world-renowned producers from the same ‘Conca’ Barolo cru vineyard in La Morra. Similarly observe two Amarone wizards and contemplate the distinctive styles of each.

Renato Ratti Barolo ‘Conca’ 2012: (Piemonte)                                                         

Renato Ratti is held internationally as the gauge of classic La Morra Barolo. The Rattis were among the pioneers of single vineyard Barolos, and today the winery’s single vineyard Barolo ‘Conca’ is applauded for unsurpassed terroir-driven complexity and depth. This Barolo appears a deep garnet red, with delicate yet enduring traces of anise, mint and pine. It attains a full flavor, is warm and welcoming, with profound elegance and boasts beautiful, broad tannins.
GLASS: (3 OZ $23.50)     (6 OZ $47.00)     (Flight of two (3 OZ each $48.50)

Mauro Moilno Barolo ‘Conca’ 2009: (Piemonte)

Mauro Molino also has a Barolo from the ‘Conca’ cru, which is shaped like an amphitheater, in calcareous clay soils. The color is also a garnet red with pleasant notes of licorice, star anise and intense notes of espresso. Berry fruit is prevalent, most notably black cherry and juicy raspberry, finished with hints of balsamic. This is a polished Barolo framed in refined tannins. It exhibits impressive depth and bestows numerous layers of complexity.
GLASS: (3 OZ $25.00)     (6 OZ $50.00)     (Flight of two (3 OZ each $48.50)

Allegrini Amarone Classico 2012: (Veneto)         

Allegrini has played a leading role in the Valpolicella region since the 16th century. Today it still carries the legacy as one of the Veneto’s most acclaimed estates. In fact quite recently it was named “Winery of the Year” by Gambero Rosso, Italy’s definitive Food & Wine guide. Aromas of black plum, vanilla, allspice, nutmeg and grilled herbs prevail. The palette is rich, with subtle notes of pepper and black cherry, alongside smooth, velvety tannins.
GLASS: (3 OZ $22.50)     (6 OZ $45.00)     (Flight of two (3 OZ each $42.50)

Masi ’Costasera’ Amarone Classico 2011: (Veneto)

The history of the Masi family is derived from “Vaio dei Masi”, the small valley in the Valpolicella acquired by the Boscaini family at the end of the 18th century. Proud, majestic, complex and exuberant, Masi considers “Costasera’ to be their gentle giant. It appears a deep, ruby red with notes of ripe plum, baked cherries and luscious hints of coffee and cocoa. It is rich, yet balanced with graceful, supple tannins and a silky, lingering finish.
GLASS: (3 OZ $20.00)     (6 OZ $40.00)     (Flight of two (3 OZ each $42.50)