Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 1
Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 2
Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 3
Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 1
Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 2
Red Wines - Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino - Massolino - 3

Barolo DOCG 'Parussi' 2019 (750 ml.) - Massolino

Barolo 'Parussi' by Massolino is made in Piedmont, from excellent quality Nebbiolo grapes, grown in the Cru Parussi vineyards at around 300 meters above sea level, among the northernmost in the municipal area of Castiglione Falletto. The harvest is carried out manually and with selection of the best bunches. It refines for 30 months in Slavonian oak barrels and stays in the bottle for about a year. Barolo with a classic and traditional face, which expresses the best qualities of the terroir. Essential and elegant, with aromas of small red berries, accompanied by refined evolving notes, which embellish the rich aromatic palette. Decisive and persistent, with a good structure, with a dense tannic texture, a long and deep sip, which closes on pleasantly refreshing notes.

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Product Category
Red Wine
Barolo DOCG
Grape / Raw material
Vintage - Cuvée
750 ml.
IT - Piedmont
Municipality of production
Castiglione Falletto
Alcohol Content
14.5% vol.
Service Temperature
16° – 18° C.
Suggested Glass
Large calyx with a long stem
Food Matches
Appetizers, Red Meat, Roasted Beef, Game, Aged Cheese
Contains Sulphites
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The history of the Massolino winery begins in 1896, the year in which Giovanni founded the company in Serralunga d'Alba. The first actual cellar, however, was built by Giuseppe, Giovanni's son, who together with his sister Angela extended the property by annexing other lands and in 1934 founded the Barolo and Barbaresco Protection Consortium. Giovanni, Camilla and Renato, three of Giuseppe's children, led the company to a turning point, thanks to the purchase of crus that are now true legends among enthusiasts: Vigna Rionda, Margheria and Parafada.

Today the company is led by brothers Franco and Roberto Massolino, assisted by their uncle Renato and Giovanni Angeli. Their work condenses the experience of an entire generation and the ambition of those who know they have to give credit to a historic winery and a unique terroir, that of Serralunga d'Alba. In this picturesque medieval village, located on one of the splendid hills of the Langhe, in the heart of the Barolo production area, the life of the Massolino winery comes alive, now an essential national point of reference for the production of very high quality wines.

"Making wine with passion, in its territory of origin, preserving the typical nature of the native vine in the belief that between the vines, the hills and the winemakers there exists a deep and palpable bond, made of loyalty cemented by custom to the same places. Since 1896 the The Massolino family produces wine this way, faithful to this philosophy and the ability to innovate in the name of tradition. Ultimately, faithful to itself." These are the words that describe the philosophy of the Massolino winery, a winery animated by love for its territory and its vineyards, always faithful to a family tradition that is now more than centuries old.


Agr. Az. Massolino, Piazza Cappellano, 8 - 12050 Serralunga d'Alba (CN), Italy

Color: intense garnet red

Bouquet: ethereal, intense, notes of spices, red rose, licorice, medicinal herbs, tobacco and leather

Taste: austere, generous, decisive, fresh, with thick and persistent tannins.

  • Vitae 4/4
  • Jancis Robinson 18/20
  • Gardini 97+/100
  • Vinous 97/100
  • The Wine Front 97/100
  • Robert Parker 95/100
  • Kerin O'Keefe 95/100
  • Wine Spectator 94/100
  • James Suckling 93/100


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