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Fratelli Brovia was the name used during the mid-20th century by the Piedmont estate that now calls itself simply Brovia. The 40-acre estate in Castiglione Falletto was founded in 1863 by the Brovia family and has been owned by them ever since. Generations of siblings have always run the estate, and it is today it is run by sisters Elena and Cristina Brovia, along with Elena’s husband Alex Sanchez. Brovia grows Nebbiolo, Dolcetto, Barbera and a few other indigenous grapes. It produces about 60,000 bottles a year and is especially admired for its Barolo. Gambero Rosso notes that “Brovia’s wines have earned a permanent place on Langhe’s Mount Olympus, above all for their unique and distinctive style…The Barolos are peerless…”

2012 Brovia Barolo Garblet Sue'

VN  93   
WA  90   
JR  17   
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