Vietti's Barbaresco Masseria is one of the most interesting examples in the market. Released at the same time as their Barolo wines, it sees one more year in bottle than almost any other Barbaresco in the world.
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The 2017 Barbaresco Masseria is a dark, luscious wine that very clearly captures the best the vintage has to offer. Deep and beguiling, but with relatively soft contours, Vietti's 2017 shows the more virile side of Barbaresco in its distinctly Barolo-leaning structure. Black cherry, plum, lavender, menthol, spice and licorice saturate the palate. I have said it before, but it bears repeating, the Masseria is the most under the radar wine at Vietti today.
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