Michele Chiarlo Nivole Moscato d'Asti (half bottles) is an aromatic Moscato from Asti in Italy's Piemonte region. The wine is low in alcohol (5% abv), naturally sweet and gently sparkling. It is vibrant and fruity; ideal with fresh fruit desserts.
San Silvestro Piemonte Barbera 'Ottone 1' is a deeply-coloured unoaked Italian red with soft tannins and vibrant cherry flavours. This wine is a great value, easy-drinking alternative to the more expensive wines made in the nearby Barbera d'Alba and Barbera d'Asti DOCs.
Asti DOCG Dolce is made to sparkle by the Charmat method: Muscat (Moscato) grapes are fermented at low temperature until the balance between alcohol (7%) and residual sugars (3-5%) reaches the optimum balance of intense aroma and refreshing sweetness. Fresh, floral and moreish, this is the perfect aperitif wine.
Michele Chiarlo's "coolest" Gavi! From the easterly exposed vineyard, Gavi Palás is lively and fresh and thanks to a balanced acidity, and is surprisingy smooth. The flower notes and the roundness in taste make it an excellent aperitif wine - straw yellow with bright greenish reflections, floral and fruity, with notes of exotic fruits and white peach.
Barbera d'Asti 'Palas' is Michele Chiarlo's coolest Barbera. A fruity cherry scented wine with its ripe red berried fruit is a vibrant expresssion of the Barbera grape. Harmonious with great freshness, it has a clean and elegant finish.
Barbera d'Asti 'Le Orme' 16 mesi Chiarlo - the Barbera grape is Michele Chiarlo's self-confessed greatest passion. This single vineyard Barbera d'Asti is aged for a total of 16 months ('16 mesi'). it shows vibrant cherry flavours, with cigar box spice and a long, fresh finish. For the money, one of the finest Barbera d'Asti you can buy!
Costa di Bussia Dolcetto d'Alba is a smooth, cherry and violet scented Dolcetto from Piemonte. It shows fresh aromas with hints of raspberry and plums; the palate is juicy with pleasant cherry and almond flavours.
Michele Chiarlo Le Madri Roero Arneis is one of the Piemonte region's signature white wines. Made from the aromatic Arneis grape, the wine shows fresh, floral aromas with hints of melon and citrus. The palate is dry and bursting with fruit.
Rovereto Gavi di Gavi Michele Chiarlo is from the small DOCG sub-zone of the larger Gavi growing area, where Cortese grapes achieve their finest balance of ripe complexity. Aromas of ripe apples, spice, anise and dried grass give onto a fresh, steely dry, full palate.
An exceptional Barbera showing a wonderful clarity and elegance, with aromas of red berries, ripe cherry, wild raspberry and sweet notes of tobacco. Complex and structured on the palate with a rounded texture and pleasing savoury finish.
San Silvestro Barolo 'Patres' is an intense, spicy, elegant Barolo from a fine vintage. Nebbiolo grapes are ripened on south-facing slopes in the Langhe hills, then aged for two years in large oak barrels following the harvest. Beautiful aromas of 'tar and roses' give onto an intense, elegant palate with impressive length of flavour.
Barbaresco 'Reyna' from Michele Chiarlo is made from a selection of the finest Nebbiolo grapes from the communes of Barbaresco and Treiso, and aged for at least 12 months in French oak. Elegant tannins, delicate spices and a silky senation in the mouth. A supreme balance of structured, spicy power and floral elegance!
Costa di Bussia Barolo Riserva is made from 100% estate grown Nebbiolo grapes, aged for at least 3 years in oak casks, then a further 2 years in bottle before release. The result of this careful ageing is a Barolo Riserva of real class, full of spicy, gamey flavours, a firm, grippy mouth-feel, and an extremely long, complex finish.
Barbera d'Asti 'La Court' Michele Chiarlo is frequently awarded the Gambero Rosso's prestigious "3 Bicchieri" award. This wine is arguably the finest Barbera d'Asti of them all; aged in vats and French barriques for 12 months, it will happily age for 10 years. Its rich, yet elegant, cherry, cedar and chocolate flavours are truly delicious!
Michele Chiarlo Barolo 'Tortoniano' takes its name from the Tortonian geological area, which allows the production of Barolos of exceptional elegance; endowed with complex fragrances as well as rich flavours and delicate but firm tannins.