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    *3R* 2022 Unico Zelo "Truffle Hound" (Clare Valley, AU)


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

    *3R* 2022 Unico Zelo "Truffle Hound" (Clare Valley, AU)

    Lovingly dubbed 'Truffle Hound,' this wine is a tribute to the locals in Barolo who indulge in freshly fermented Nebbiolo before embarking on their cold, misty mountain truffle hunts with their expertly trained dogs (and even pigs!).

    Unico Zelo's interpretation of Barbera and Nebbiolo is approachable, early-released, and brimming with delight. The wine unfolds with a smoky, amaro-inspired essence, featuring licorice and cardamom spice, driven by a lively and juicy palate and a bright yet savory finish.

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    About The Varietal


    While frequently overshadowed by Nebbiolo, another native grape of Piedmont, Barbera still manages to craft unique and incredibly appealing red wines known for their versatility and enticing aromas. These wines possess the charm of Nebbiolo without its shortcomings.

    About The Producer

    Unico Zelo

    Unico Zelo is an Australian wine producer that has gained recognition for its innovative and sustainable approach to winemaking. Founded by Brendan and Laura Carter in 2012, Unico Zelo focuses on crafting wines that express the unique terroir of the Adelaide Hills region in South Australia. The winery is known for producing a diverse range of wines, including varietals like Nebbiolo, Fiano, Nero d'Avola, and others. Unico Zelo places a strong emphasis on sustainable and organic farming practices, with a commitment to minimal intervention in the winemaking process.


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes