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Ruggeri Corsini Barolo San Pietro 2005 750ml
Flavors of sweet berries and plums converge on a full-bodied palate with chewy tannins and moderate acidity.
Vietti Barolo Castiglione 2009 750ml
Ripe red fruits cavort on a foundation of crushed rose petals, black licorice, cigar wrapper, new leather, and a touch of earth in the elegant, captivating ’09 Barolo Castiglione. While this wine was tight and a little austere upon release, time has seasoned its chewy tannins and intense acidity; today, this Barolo dances out of the glass and glides across the palate with a sophisticated verve. Nicely ethereal in the mouth, this wine gains weight as it cruises to a complex, nuanced and thoroughly satisfying finish--enjoyable now, this wine has years ahead of it. A cuvée of grapes deriving from vineyards in Castiglione Falletto, Monforte, Barolo and Novello, Vietti’s Barolo Castiglione gets its name from the chestnut trees that dot the hillsides of Piemonte. After fermentation in stainless steel, the wine ages for two years in cask followed by eight months in bottle before release.
Renzo Seghesio Barolo Ginestra 2011 750ml
Reflective of its warm growing season, this ’11 Barolo Ginestra bursts with brooding wild berries, warm baking spices, crushed violet and rose petals, and kisses of tarry earth and smoke. Seghesio ’11 Barolo welcomed you with open arms upon release, but with a few years in the cellar, this wine is even more harmonious, integrating its components and mellowing its fine-grained tannins. Sourced from the estate’s five-acre holdings in the historic Pajana vineyard in Ginestra, the grapes for this wine ferment in stainless steel for about two weeks, and the wine ages in oak barrels for three or four years before bottling.
Renzo Seghesio Barolo Ginestra 2012 750ml
Round, ripe red and blue fruits mingle with rose petals, warm cigar wrapper, licorice, pressed herbs, tarry earth, black pepper and wafting baking spices in this 2012 Barolo Ginestra. Fine-grained, sophisticated tannins stud the cheeks as this silky, textured wine rewards the palate with a generous mouth-feel; powering to a lingering, resonant finish, this ’12 Barolo is a stunner. While you can drink this wine upon release with decanting, it will be even better with five years or more in the cellar. Sourced from the estate’s five-acre, south-southwestern-facing holdings in the historic Pajana vineyard in Ginestra, the grapes for this wine ferment in stainless steel for about two weeks, and the wine ages in oak barrels for three or four years before bottling.
Poderi Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2013 750ml
Radiant and succulent red and blue fruits, new saddle leather, cigar wrapper, violet petals, baking spices and loam waft from the glass of this spellbinding ’13 Barolo Bussia. This wine shows impeccable balance, unfurling on the palate with energy and focus to reveal a seamless structure and silky texture. While you’ll want to drink this wine right away, time in the cellar will make it more harmonious and refined. Once simply Aldo Conterno Barolo and now called Barolo Bussia, this entry-level Barolo from Aldo Conterno has garnered a reputation for being a generous, open, genial wine; it’s a perennial IWM client favorite. Deriving from 12 acres of plots in Bussia Soprano with vines aging between 35 and 40 years, the carefully selected grapes ferment for thirty days, and the wine ages for 27 months in cask, followed by twelve months in bottle before release.
Poderi Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2014 750ml
Silky and pretty, the ’14 Barolo Bussia wafts with pure red fruits, rose petals, freshly cut herbs, and dustings of ginger and baking spices. The wine’s tannins fill the mouth with a chewy feel, while a sweet inner perfume offers a lovely lift; ethereal yet powerful, this wine’s compact structure suggests good longevity. Once simply Aldo Conterno Barolo and now called Barolo Bussia, this entry-level Barolo from Aldo Conterno has garnered a reputation for being a generous, open, genial wine; it’s a perennial IWM client favorite. Deriving from 12 acres of plots in Bussia Soprano with vines aging between 35 and 40 years, the Barolo Bussia saw a longer aging regimen in 2014, macerating for six weeks on the skins, and aging for 26 months in cask, followed by resting in stainless steel tanks before bottling.
Poderi Aldo Conterno Barolo Colonello 2008 750ml
This "cru" from Bussia Soprana, Colonello is the deepest in color and most intense in fruit; it's also consistently the most approachable. Crafted from fruit grown on forty-year-old vines, this Barolo's nose is fresh with dried flowers and fennel, while the palate is juicy with ripe red plums, strawberries, and kirsch liqueur. Good structure, bright acidity, and velvety tannins make the Colonello suave, elegant, and superbly drinkable, and the '08 shows the kind of power, structure and finesse to make it beautifully age-worthy.
Sandrone Barolo Le Vigne 2012 750ml
2012 gave Piemonte winemakers a warm year, and this wine bursts with sweet Nebbiolo fruit, layered on a foundation of spice, tar, cherry cordial and sun-warmed earth. Caressing and silky, this ’12 Barolo Le Vigne glides across the palate with effortless grace; while it almost begs to be enjoyed now, it has the structure to drink for a decade or longer. Luciano Sandrone crafts his Le Vigne as a traditional cuvee Barolo, choosing grapes from the vineyards of Ceretta (Monforte), Vignane (Barolo), Merli (Novello), Conterni (Barolo), and Villero (Castiglione Falletto). The grapes ferment in steel tanks, and the wine ages in 500-liter oak casks, one-quarter new. Sandrone crafts fewer than 2,000 cases of this spellbinding Barolo a year.
Sandrone Barolo Aleste 2014 750ml
Sandrone’s aristocratic ’14 Barolo Aleste is nuanced and complex, layering its sweet red and blue fruits with warm cigar wrapper, fresh-pressed herbs, wildflowers, licorice, and kisses of jam and peppery spices. Refined yet deceptively powerful, this wine wraps its sweet fruits around a nicely tannic core, while fresh acidity adds suppleness on the lingering finish. The grapes for this cru Barolo derive from a five-acre plot at the top of the Cannubi hill, and this powerful, full-bodied wine is a perennial IWM client favorite. The grapes ferment in steel tanks, and the wine ages in 500-liter oak casks, one-quarter new. Sandrone crafts fewer than 1,000 cases of this standout cru Barolo a year.
Sandrone Barolo Le Vigne 2013 750ml
Brambly, brooding and round, the ’13 Barolo Le Vigne is also bewitching and elegant. Sweet red and blue fruits dance with tarry earth, rose and violet petals, balsamic herbs, and touches of underbrush and warm baking spices. This wine oozes across the palate with a silky, weightless feel, leaving refined tannins and a lovely inner perfume. As much as you’ll want to drink it right away, cellar this benchmark Barolo for a few years for great enjoyment. Luciano Sandrone crafts his Le Vigne as a traditional cuvee Barolo, choosing grapes from the vineyards of Ceretta (Monforte), Vignane (Barolo), Merli (Novello), Conterni (Barolo), and Villero (Castiglione Falletto). The grapes ferment in steel tanks, and the wine ages in 500-liter oak casks, one-quarter new. Sandrone crafts fewer than 2,000 cases of this spellbinding Barolo a year.