Barolo

Barolo is the greatest Nebbiolo-based wine from Italy, and one of the truly great wines of the world. We're passionate about Barolo at Flatiron Wines and have an enormous collection here for you to browse.

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Bottle of Marcarini, Barolo La Morra, 2016 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
5 in stock
8 in stock
Bottle of Silvano Bolmida, Barolo 'Bussia', 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
5 in stock
2 in stock
Bottle of Brovia, Barolo "Villero", 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
Bottle of Brovia, Barolo Rocche di Castiglione, 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
Bottle of Oddero, Barolo Brunate, 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
1 in stock
1 in stock
8 in stock
Bottle of Brovia, Barolo Brea Ca' Mia, 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
9 in stock
4 in stock
Bottle of Lorenzo Accomasso, Barolo Rocche Annunziata Vigneto Rocchette, 2014 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
2 in stock
5 in stock
2 in stock
3 in stock
Bottle of Enzo Boglietti, Barolo Case Nere, 2016 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
3 in stock
6 in stock
2 in stock
5 in stock
5 in stock
Bottle of Marcarini, Barolo Brunate, 2016 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
7 in stock
5 in stock
Bottle of Crissante Alessandria, Barolo di Commune di La Morra, 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
1 in stock
1 in stock
Bottle of Brezza, Barolo Cannubi, 2017 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
5 in stock
3 in stock
Bottle of Marcarini, Barolo La Serra, 2016 - Flatiron Wines & Spirits - New York
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GUIDES

Barolo: Everything you need to know

Barolo is one of the most prestigious and age-worthy wines in the world. With a history that goes back centuries, Barolo is known as the wine of kings and the king of wines, as the old Italian expression aptly goes.

Barolo, first and foremost, is a red wine made from Italy’s noble Nebbiolo grapes, grown in in a region by the same name. But from here, matters get, well, let’s say a bit more interesting.

Our guide to Barolo provides a deep dive into the wine, with answers to common questions like: What is Barolo? Where does it come from? And, of course, how to start buying, cellaring, and drinking the best Barolos?