Barolo MGA Vol. I & II
A TWO VOLUME ENCYCLOPEDIA,
AT A VERY SPECIAL PRICE!
Everything you need to know about Barolo is here!
BILINGUAL EDITION: ITALIAN/ENGLISH
36 pages of geological insights with a new and innovative approach
8 geological township maps
1 general geological map
1 geo-site map
More than 50 new entries added to the wineries index
More than 300 new entries added to the wine index, included those to be released for the first time in the next three years
Production data updated to the 2017 vintage
Vintage chart up to the 2017 vintage
MGA maps, with the owners, updated to 2018
More than 200 3-D images
11 in-depth analyses of the individual townships
170 fact sheets on each vineyard cru
Over 740 names explained and catalogued
(place names, brand names, historic zones)
284 pages + a folder containing: the MGAs map (2017), the MGAs map (1970), the harvest periods map (size 59×84 cm)
The production zone and the evolution of its confines from the first decades of the 20th century to the DOCG appellation
The map of the vineyards as they were in 1970
The last 18 vintages described in detail with their temperatures, rainfalls, and harvest periods
130 MGA crus mapped and catalogued on the basis of their harvest periods
The harvest dates records of some of the most prestigious cellars
The winegrowers in Vignarionda from early 20th century to 2018
The integral text of the essay of Ferdinando Vignolo-Lutati on the delimitation of typical wine zones (1929)
“Alessandro Masnaghetti’s Barolo MGA Vol. I and Vol. II are a breathtakingly researched, indispensable books for wine lovers who want to take their knowledge of Barolo to the next level.”
Antonio Galloni, Vinous
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