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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.
Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2011 750ml
Reflective of its warm 2011 growing year, Prunotto’s cuvée Barolo is an open-knit, velvety beauty. Succulent cherries and berries mingle with fresh-cut herbs, tar, pressed violets, licorice, warm cigar wrapper, and spice in a complex, ever-changing nose. Sprightly acidity and chewy tannins give this Barolo energy and balance, and a lingering, satisfying finish completes the drinking experience. You can enjoy this wine upon release, but it’ll drink beautifully over the medium term. Deriving from fossil-rich, clay-marl vineyards in Monforte, Castiglione Falletto, and Serralunga, grapes ferment for about two weeks in temperature-controlled vats; the wine ages for about eighteen months in casks of various sizes, followed by a year in bottle before release.
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.
Domenico Clerico Barolo Ciabot Mentin Ginestra 2011 750ml
Clerico’s ’11 Barolo Ciabot Mentin Ginestra explodes from the glass with brambly berries and juicy cherries, smoky minerals, pressed rose petals, a touch of menthol, and warm baking spices. This wine shows its volume in the mouth as it suffuses the palate with myriad earthy notes, a sweet inner perfume, and chewy tannins. Ripe yet somehow also restrained, this wine’s ethereal texture lingers in the mouth-- a velvety, supple powerhouse, this Barolo will remind fans of the outstanding 2007. Aromatic, structured and finely textured, Domenico Clerico’s flagship wine, Barolo Ciabot Mentin Ginestra, embodies the celebrated Ginestra cru of Barolo's Monforte d'Alba. Macerated just short of a month and aged in barriques for 24 to 30 months, Ciabot Mentin Ginestra derives from vines planted in 1965, 1970 and later.
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.
Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2012 750ml
The product of a warm vintage that ended in a cool, delayed harvest, Prunotto’s 2012 Barolo Bussia is downright seductive. Juicy red and blue fruits mingle with warm saddle leather, cigar wrapper, violet petals, balsamic herbs, exotic spices, and licorice in this silky yet balanced wine. Chewy tannins cling to the cheeks as this wine glides on the palate, layering its sweet inner perfume over minerals and herbs. As good as this wine is upon release, it’ll be even better with a few years in the cellar. Deriving from the estate’s fossil-rich, clay-marl vineyard in Bussia in Monforte d’Alba, grapes ferment for about two weeks in temperature-controlled vats; the wine ages for about eighteen months in casks of various sizes, followed by at least a year in bottle before release.
Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2014 750ml
While 2014 challenged the Langhe’s winemakers with chilly, wet weather, Prunotto’s ’14 Barolo Bussia is an ethereal, alluring wine that crackles with energy and floats to a lingering, aromatic finish. Crisp red fruits and supple blue berries mingle with exotic spices, hazelnuts, rose petals, underbrush and herbs in this open-knit, creamy Barolo. Fine-grained tannins and lively acidity work together to create a sense of texture and energy as the wine glides to its delicate, drink-me-now close. Deriving from the estate’s fossil-rich, clay-marl vineyard in Bussia in Monforte d’Alba, grapes ferment for about two weeks in temperature-controlled vats; the wine ages for at least two years in casks of various sizes, followed by at least a year in bottle before release.
Prunotto Barolo Bussia 2009 750ml
Juicy red and blue fruits cavort with warm saddle leather, licorice, rich baking spices, truffle and freshly tilled earth in this classic, evocative ’09 Barolo Bussia from Antinori’s Prunotto estate. Crossing the palate, this Barolo unleashes robust, chewy tannins, a sweet inner perfume, and thrumming notes of underbrush. It’s a very satisfying, mid-weight Barolo that serves up its Bussia terroir with transparency and style. Deriving from the estate’s vineyard in Bussia, the grapes for this wine ferment for about two weeks in temperature-controlled stainless steel; the wine ages in oak casks for eighteen months before aging in bottle.
Domenico Clerico Barolo Pajana 2010 750ml
Juicy cherries and wild berries mingle with violet petals, kisses of menthol and forest floor, truffle, cigar wrapper and spices in the seamless, expressive ‘10 Barolo Pajana from Domenico Clerico. This wine is propelled by its almost kinetic energy and freshness; chewy, substantial tannins linger on the finish, suggesting that this Barolo has years ahead of it. Recognizable from its incredible concentration and lasting finish, the Barolo Pajana is a product of the Ginestra vineyard, a subzone of Barolo already known in the nineteenth century for its superior wines with full bodies. Planted around 1965-1970, Clerico’s 7.5-acre Pajana vineyard’s south-facing slopes benefit from a lot of sun; grapes macerate on the skins for twenty to thirty days, and the wine ages for 24 to 30 months in barriques, 80% new.