$85.00 (per case $1,022.40)
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 Barolo (without heavy astringency and very well balanced), and an amazing value from one of the icon producers in the region
|Format:||12 x 750ml|
94+ POINTS, WINE ADVOCATE:
The Vietti 2016 Barolo Castiglione opens to a grounded and authentic profile with hints of mint, balsam herb and tilled earth. The primary fruit is neatly folded into all those other components, and all received equal billing when the final results are counted. The entry-level Castiglione is always the most accessible of Vietti's Baroli, but this vintage shows a heightened level of intensity, complexity and freshness. Those silky tannins are followed by beautiful menthol brightness. This is a real charmer.
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