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Agricola Gian Piero Marrone, La Morra

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  • Went here for Valentine's day with the Pack Smart box cellar beautiful, everyone is friendly especially dafne as we arrived she brought over on the terrace and c explained the langhe and all its villages, then we continued with the tasting, great wines tt explained by dafne and dish to tease: we bought barolo and nebbiolo pichimei congratulations and goodbye
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  • Great experience visiting the winery and learn some things for me new. With an additional expense we completed the offering of a smart-box and had lunch with some really good dishes accompanied by a selection of well 7 wines whose bottles were open at the time and commented by Miss Daphne.
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  • To exploit a smartbox tasting we performed in this cellar; We were greeted by Daphne who first escorted us out on the terrace and told the story of ordinary producers of Barolo and later to tasting in the cellar. The Winery is currently subject to maintenance work, so was not exposed as usual, however, remains the same delightful and welcoming. We were able to taste a harness, a Barbera and two different qualities of Barolo, made from two different procedures. All this was accompanied by a dish do appetizers consisting of meats, cheese, focaccia and a flan of thistles and Alpine cheese fondue. All delicious. The kind my boyfriend's inability to face Dafne eat the plate of appetizers, gave us a glimpse into more than Barolo. Maybe it's not the ideal time to visit the Langhe, but a tasting in the cellar the Council throughout the year. Congratulations to the fourth generation of women directing expertly this cellar!
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  • Exciting journey discovering the barolo
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  • Feels very welcome:-)
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  • The owner is really helpful, knowledgeable and professional work, knows attract customers and knows how to convert customers. Visit and tasting recommended, especially about something interesting
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  • Paradise ...
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