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BAROLOGIACOSA

Giacosa Fratelli Barolo Bussia

Nebbiolo is the grape which becomes Barolo. It is considered one of the more premium grape varietals in the world. Lo... Read More

About Giacosa Fratelli Barolo Bussia

Description

Nebbiolo is the grape which becomes Barolo. It is considered one of the more premium grape varietals in the world. Loved for its ability to age and exhibit a velvet like texture in the mouth whilst at the same time being held together with subtle tannins and intense red fruits. For the Nebbiolo, perhaps more than for any other vine species, the grandness of this wine depends on the location of the vineyard in which it is cultivated. Nebbiolo only becomes Barolo after maturing in wooden casks for two years and one year in the bottle.

Delivery & Returns

LOCAL DELIVERY NORTH EAST ENGLAND

£3 delivery charge or FREE if over £30. We aim to deliver all local orders within 1 - 2 working days but please allow up to 5 working days for delivery. Postcodes covered are NE1-66, DH1 -9, TS21-29, DL1-17, SR1-8. If you qualify for this service we will email with details of your delivery day. Last cut-off for orders is 11am for a potential next working day delivery. Don’t forget, you can also choose to CLICK & COLLECT on any order and pick it up from our store in Hoults Yard, Newcastle.


NATIONAL DELIVERY UK

£5.95 or FREE for all orders over £70 delivered to Mainland UK (excluding Scottish Highlands). Cut off for next day delivery is 11am and we endeavour to ship your order within 1 working day whenever possible, although please allow extra time for busy times, particularly around Christmas. We do not deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays. Due to shipping restrictions on the products we sell, we regret we cannot offer a delivery service outside of the UK Mainland. Furthermore, these restrictions mean we have to add a surcharge to orders in the Scottish Highlands. Please contact us for more information.