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The 2006 Barolo Margheria is totally Serralunga in its dark, vibrant fruit, violets, tar, iron, smoke and licorice. Endowed with tons of length and energy, the Margheria reveals notable complexity and a wiry, taut expression of fruit. Although impressive for its sheer power, my only wish is that the Margheria had a touch more depth to match its formidable structure. The wine’s balance, though, is terrific.
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Vietti's Barbera d'Asti La Crena is from a single-vineyard in the town of Nizza. From vines planted in 1947, this is truly one of the most important Barbera wines in the...
Vine age is roughly 45-50 years old, and are re-planted from time-to-time. This is the flagship Barolo Bussia from Aldo Conterno - a curated blend of his three iconic single...
This is Vietti's 'business card' - their flagship Barolo, blended from over 11 different Cru Barolo sites. It’s an excellent vintage and the wine is a benchmark example of classical...