Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè


This Barbaresco D.O.C.G. Pajorè, grows in the Nebbiolo vineyards situated in the towns of Treiso. This MGA justly enjoys a solid renown thanks to the cult wines of Giovanni Moresco (today almost impossible to find) who was the first to make a single-vineyard wine in 1967. Soil, altitude, and exposure are almost always excellent for Nebbiolo which in this MGA express an elegant and classic character.*After ageing in oak casks for two years it is presented to the consumer with the following organoleptic characteristics: Color; garnet red with orange tinges. Fragrance: ethereal, intense, fragrant with fruit and flowers, pleasantly spicy. Taste: dry, full, robust but smooth and velvety. An excellent wine to match with roasted meat, game and matured cheese.

Technical Sheet

Grape variety Nebbiolo 100%
Maximum grape production: 80 q./ha. = 6.933 bott. 0.75 l./ha.
Ageingtwo years of which one in oak or chestnut casks, if it is aged for a period not inferior to four years then it can have the written specification “Vintage”.
Colour garnet red with orange tinges
Fragrance Characteristic, ethereal, pleasant, intense.
Taste dry, full, robust, simple but velvety, harmonic
Alcohol 14,5%
Acidity 5 ‰.
Estratto secco netto 23 g./l.
Complementsred meat and game, matured cheese
Durata in anni 15-20
Serving temp 20°C.

Technical Sheet


Vini d’Italia – Gambero rosso

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2017 2 bicchieri
  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2016 3 bicchieri
  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2015 3 bicchieri

Wine enthusiast

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2016 91 points

Decanter Wine awards London

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2017 Silver Medal

James Suckling

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2017 90 points
  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2016 92 points
  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2015 92 points

Robert Parker

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2017 92 points

Gilbert & Gaillard

  • Barbaresco DOCG Pajorè 2016 Medaille d'Or

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