This one of the top Crus in the Barolo region, and is only produced by the Scavino family. Tar, smoke, licorice, menthol and leather emerge from the 1999 Barolo Bricco Fiasco. Still fresh and vibrant, the 1999 has lost most of its baby fat and is at the early part of its drinking window. The wine turns darker with time in the glass, but never loses its mid-weight personality. This is an immensely appealing Barolo to drink now and over the next handful of years. The characteristic energy of Bricco Fiasco comes through nicely on the finish.
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Aldo Conterno's only Barbera d'Alba comes the upper hillside of the Bussia Soprano from Barbera vines of roughly 45 years. This is a rich and complex Barbera, with brilliant but balanced...
Vine age is roughly 45-50 years old, and are re-planted from time-to-time. This is always a well-balanced and refined Barolo, with great ageing potential. Press Vintage: 2015 Format: 6...
From the Cicala Cru in Bussia, this is one of three Cru Barolo that is made at Poderi Aldo Conterno. This is completely traditional winemaking - long skin contact during fermentation...