Region: DOCG Barolo, Piedmont, Italy
Style: Medium bodied & structured.
Nose/Taste: Ripe red fruits, dried rose petals, with chewy tannins.
Pairings: Versatile with any meats, cheeses, and pastas.
Here's a classic interpretation of this vintage and a wine that will bring a big return on such a relatively small investment with proper cellaring. The 2016 Barolo is a tonic and compact expression of Nebbiolo that will flesh out and take on more volume with time. This estate is based in the comune or village of La Morra, known for graceful, floral and softly textured Baroli. However, this wine is a blend of fruit from Annunziata and Berri in La Morra and Perno in Monforte d'Alba. This vintage offers the power and grit that will carry it forward. Rating : 93+
This is a balanced and pure Barolo 2016 with dried roses, heather, bracken and nutmeg. Nutty and medium-structured, wrapping up vibrant red fruit in lightly chewy tannins.