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Poderi Colla Barbaresco Roncaglie 2016 750ml
Special Price: $49.99
2016 Poderi Colla Barbaresco Roncaglie
Christopher Deas, Italian Wine Merchants: “Like the Cigliuti, this is a little and serious Barbaresco that would make Sergio proud. It is another one of those small family run wineries in Piemonte that somehow remains under the radar, despite being guided by one of the regions founding fathers - which is fine by us. The traditionally-spirited Poderi Colla Roncaglie is an expression that will outlive many Barolo from this historic vintage in the making for Piedmont. The wine simply screams freshness and purity of fruit and is one of those wines that pulls you in by the nose hairs with the signature nuances of dried rose petals, tar and red fruit. These flavors are joined on the palate with cherries, citrus, spice, cedar, herbs, and minerals. This Barbaresco is classically built and rustic, expect to find tannic grip that wraps the teeth and packs a punch on the finish. The wine needs a little time to reveal itself and demands some food. In fact, the best results for this wine came after being open for 24 hours. This is for those that like classic Nebbiolo delivered with exceptional value. Kudos to Tina and Beppe Colla for this gem.” 8/2020
Cigliuti Barbaresco Serraboella 2016 750ml
Special Price: $62.99
Here is one of those tiny, family run wineries in Barbaresco that someone remains under the radar, which if fine by us. While many enthusiasts and critics gravitate to the flagship Barbaresco Serraboella from older vines, IWM remains fixated on the more traditionally-spirited Barbaresco Vie Erte. The wine simply screams freshness and purity of fruit and is one of those wines that pulls you in by the nose hairs with the signature nuances of dried rose petals, mountain flowers, licorice, and red fruit. These flavors are joined on the palate with cherries, spice, cola, tar, herbs, and mineral. This Barbaresco is classically built and rustic, expect to find some tannic grips and punch on the finish. The wine needs a little time or demands some food. For those that like classic Nebbiolo deliver with exceptional value
Produttori Del Barbaresco Rabaja Riserva 2014 750ml
Intense, textured, and rich, this ’14 Barbaresco Rabajà Riserva is in it for the long haul, layering its austere tannins with serious acidity, copious dry extract, and a stirring mineral core. Crisp red fruits and brooding blue fruits, peppery spices, pencil lead, cigar wrapper, licorice and blood orange zest burst from the glass of this beautifully crafted wine. For all its lush, full body, this Barbaresco Riserva demands patience--time will tame its burly tannins and electric acidity, creating a gorgeous cohesive whole of its many powerful, tightly-wound parts. Deriving from the limestone-rich, clayey Rabajà vineyard, grapes ferment for 28 days in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages in botti for 36 months, followed by a year in bottle before release.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva 2014 750ml
Perfumed, pretty, and plush, the ’14 Barbaresco Rio Sordo Riserva wants you to drink it right now, but it has the stuffing to age nicely over the next decade--likely longer. Rose petals, warm baking spices, fresh loam, truffles, and smoky minerals frame the succulent red and blue fruits in this sophisticated, captivating wine. Mid-weight and open-knit, this wine pairs its round, polished tannins with a bright skein of acidity, layering smoky minerals on its lingering finish. Deriving from a 12-acre southwest-facing vineyard of calcareous limestone with sandy veins sitting at about 900 feet above sea level, the grapes for this wine ferment for about four weeks in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages for 36 months in botti, followed by a year in bottle. Just over 1,000 cases made every vintage.
La Spinetta Barbaresco Starderi 2016 750ml
The ’16 Barbaresco Starderi reflects its remarkable vintage in its power, poise, and sheer breathtaking beauty. Fistfuls of red and blue fruits explode from the glass, framed by licorice, pressed wild herbs, crushed violet petals, vanilla, and touches of tar and ash. This is a bold Barbaresco, but it sacrifices no elegance to its sexy muscularity; chewy tannins meld with vivid acidity in a bewitching palate that deftly unites grace with intensity. Cellar for a few years and drink for decades. Deriving from a 16-acre south-facing vineyard that sports vines aging about 30 years, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled oak vats; the wine ages for about three years in oak, three months in stainless steel, and a year in bottle before release.
La Spinetta Barbaresco Gallina 2016 750ml
Nicely oaky and gorgeously delineated, the ’16 Barbaresco Gallina layers its lush red and blue fruits on a graceful framework of rose petals, baking spices, cigar wrapper, warm river rocks, and pressed mint. Barbaresco Gallina is the most elegant of La Spinetta’s rock-star 2016 releases, wrapping its sweet fruits around a sturdy tannic core, balancing its sweet inner perfume with a savory bass line, and complementing its vivid acidity with lush dry extract. Cellar for a few years and then enjoy for decades. Deriving from vines aged 50 to 55 years grown in an 11-acre southern-facing plot of calcareous clay, the grapes ferment for about a week with temperature control, and the wine ages first in barrique for about 21 months, then in stainless steel for three months, and finally a year in bottle before release.
La Spinetta Barbaresco Valeirano 2016 750ml
Wild, brambly black cherries, crisp currants, and a kiss of blood orange dance with fresh loam, crushed herbs, pencil lead, baking spices and potpourri in the massive, intense ’16 Barbaresco Valeirano. Showing Barbaresco’s mesmerizing sauvage side, this wine fills the mouth with chewy, dense tannins, fine ripe fruits, penetrating acidity, and a sneaky minerality that lingers on the finish. Cellar for a few years and then enjoy for decades. This wine derives from 45 to 50-year-old Nebbiolo vines grown in the estate’s 7.41-acre Valeirano vineyard, a south-facing plot with calcareous rocky soil. After handpicking, the grapes ferment for about a week in temperature-controlled vats, and then age first in new oak barrique for 20 to 22 months, then stainless steel for three months, followed by a year in bottle before release.
Gaja Barbaresco 2013 750ml
This is a wine to buy by the case. 2013 is shaping up to be an epic year in Barbaresco, and this Gaja bottling shows remarkable finesse, depth and polish. Sophisticated and silky, this ’13 Barbaresco frames its pure red and blue fruits with crushed violets, fresh-cut herbs, licorice, sun-warmed earth, and a kiss of kirsch. Wrapping the palate with an energetic yet velvety grip, this wine builds to a crescendo of chewy tannins that are complemented by a sweet inner perfume--it’s outstanding. This traditional cuvée Barbaresco honors Gaja’s winemaking heritage in its blending across fourteen separate vineyards. Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique; after fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling.
Gaja Barbaresco 2014 750ml
Ruby red and aromatic, Gaja’s ’14 Barbaresco frames its juicy red and blue fruits with notes of violet petals, tarry earth, licorice, warm baking spices, cigar wrapper and a touch of crushed river rocks. This wine shows firm tannins that cling to the cheeks, almost electric acidity, and copious dry extract, all matched by a sweet inner perfume. You’ll want to drink this round, perfumed wine upon release, but its fine structure suggests that your patience will reward you with an ethereal, delicate and deceptively powerful Barbaresco. A cuvée of fourteen separate vineyards, Gaja ferments each vineyard lot separately in temperature-controlled stainless steel for about three weeks, and malolactic fermentation occurs in barrique; after fermentation, the separate wines mature for a year in barrique; Gaja makes its final blend, and the wine ages in botti for another year before bottling.
Gaja Sori San Lorenzo Barbaresco 2013 750ml
Special Price: $469.99
Classically structured, brooding, and powerful, the ’13 Sorì San Lorenzo is a towering expression of Nebbiolo. Pure red and blue fruits dance on a bed of fresh-cut herbs, potpourri, crushed rocks, tar and smoke. This is a finessed, gorgeous wine that unfurls on the palate with tantalizing precision as it builds to a lingering finish. The first of the crus to be bottled individually in 1967, Sorì San Lorenzo typically requires the most patience of the three Gaja cru bottlings, but its intense aromatics, velvety mouth-feel and sensuous, complex palate reward a wine-lover’s restraint. 2013 saw the bottling of Sorì San Lorenzo as a mono-varietal Nebbiolo, as Gaja omitted the Barbera component; the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel; then the wine ages for in a year each in barrique and botti before bottling.