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
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Without a doubt, this is one of the top easiest-to-drink wines I tasted this year. The 2013 Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco is an approachable and versatile wine that brings on a hearty appetite for genuine home cooking. The wine is ripe with dark fruit nuances and it offers a complete bouquet that is comprised of dark fruit, pressed rose and spice. Despite its apparent simplicity, this Nebbiolo is not without its complexity or depth.
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