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Quinto Chionetti Briccolero Dolcetto di Dogliani 2011 750ml
Rose petals, sun-warmed earth, peppery spices, and minty herbs frame the succulent blue and red fruits in this nuanced yet rustically styled ’11 Dolcetto Briccolero. Silky in the mouth, this wine releases a tempting inner perfume as it oozes across the palate, building to a resounding finish. While the estate’s Dolcetto San Luigi is a transparent expression of terroir, Chionetti’s Dolcetto Briccolero uses protocol to enhance longevity and complexity. Grapes derive from a southeastern-facing plot of mixed soils; grapes ferment in stainless steel for about fifteen days, and the wine ages in steel tanks for about eleven months, followed by eleven months in cask.
Casa Vinicola Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d'Alba 2013 750ml
Juicy red and black fruit, a soft and tempting mouth-feel, wildflower aromatics, a telltale almond finish, and a charming fleshiness makes this ’13 Dolcetto a perfect easy-drinking wine. Deriving from vineyards in Neive, Neviglie, Treiso and Alba, the grapes for this Dolcetto were grown by farmers Giacosa has worked with for years; fermented and aged in stainless steel vats, this is classic Dolcetto.
Casa Vinicola Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d'Alba 2014 750ml
Juicy red and black fruit, a soft and tempting mouth-feel, wildflower aromatics, a telltale almond finish, and a charming fleshiness makes this ’14 Dolcetto a perfect easy-drinking wine. Deriving from vineyards in Neive, Neviglie, Treiso and Alba, the grapes for this Dolcetto were grown by farmers Giacosa has worked with for years; fermented and aged in stainless steel vats, this is classic Dolcetto.
Casa Vinicola Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d'Alba 2015 750ml
Child of a warm growing season, this ’16 Dolcetto drips with its red and black fruits, wildflower aromatics, exotic spices, and sun-warmed earth. But as you’d expect from sneaky Dolcetto, for all its sweet scents, this Dolcetto wine is dry, swaddling the palate with a velvety feel and suffusing the mouth with dry extract as it builds to a lingering finish marked by Dolcetto’s telltale almond notes. Fleshy yet elegant, this balanced ’15 Dolcetto is a perfect easy-drinking wine. Deriving from vineyards in Neive, Neviglie, Treiso and Alba, the grapes for this Dolcetto were grown by farmers that Giacosa has worked with for years; fermented and aged in stainless steel vats, this is classic Dolcetto.
Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d'Alba Falletto 2014 750ml
Crushed flower petals frame the juicy red and blue fruits in this tempting, seductive ’14 Dolcetto that wafts from the glass with devastatingly pretty aromatics. Tightly wound, this wine unfurls on the palate to show bright, vibrant acidity complemented by stony minerality; it builds to a dry finish marked by Dolcetto’s trademark bitter almond notes. Just delicious! Deriving from vineyards in Neive, Neviglie, Treiso and Alba, the grapes for this Dolcetto were grown by farmers Giacosa has worked with for years; fermented and aged in stainless steel vats, this is classic Dolcetto.
Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d'Alba Falletto 2013 750ml
Plush, and intense, this ’13 Dolcetto balances its succulent fruit with delicate minerality and almond skin bitterness. Wildflowers, black and red fruit, spice and black pepper, fresh-cut herbs and cypress all dance in this textured medium-bodied wine with surprising complexity and a long, dry finish. Deriving from one of Giacosa’s own Serralunga vineyards, this estate-made Dolcetto, made entirely in temperature controlled stainless steel, is a denser, more textured, more age-worthy evocation of this indigenous Piemontese grape.
Vestini Campagnano Casavecchia Riserva 2013 750ml
Supple, soft, and round, the ’13 Casavecchia Riserva from Vestini bursts with juicy red and black berries, warm Christmas spices, licorice, game and smoky minerals. While Casavecchia usually makes a wine that’s reminiscent of Dolcetto or Frappato, the Riserva bottling’s extra maturation time adds layers of complexity and a satisfying weightiness. Vibrant acidity whooshes the wine across the palate as it builds to a mineral-laden and fruity crescendo; made to drink young, this wine delivers a lot of drinking pleasure. Deriving from clay soils, this mono-varietal Casavecchia Riserva ferments in stainless steel and ages in barrels (about two-thirds new) for a year before bottling.
Bartolo Mascarello Barolo 2011 750ml
2011 was a ripe vintage in Piemonte, but Maria Teresa Mascarello has a deft touch with warm year, and this nuanced, genial and structured ’11 Barolo is outstanding. This wine rests its sweet, succulent red fruits rest on a savory foundation of minerals, tarry earth, and licorice, where they’re lightened by touches of rose petals and cinnamon. This Barolo holds you in tension between its sweet inner perfume and its mineral core; fine-grained, polished tannins cling to the cheeks as it builds to a nuanced, precise and lasting finish. Crafted as a traditional cuvée, Mascarello sources its Nebbiolo from just over twelve acres planted in the historic vineyards of Cannubi, Rue, San Lorenzo, and Rocche di Annunziata. This wine sports a very long thirty to fifty-day maceration period, and it ages for about thirty months in large, very old botti. One of the great bottlings of the challenging and warm 2011 vintage, this Barolo epitomizes the best of the year in its impeccable structure and transcendence. Just over 1,200 cases made.
Bartolo Mascarello Barolo 2013 750ml
Even before its release Bartolo Mascarello’s 2013 Barolo was gaining buzz for its purity, finesse, and sheer, breathtaking beauty--the hype was not wrong. Fistfuls of radiant red berries mingle with licorice, mineral-laden earth, menthol, pressed herbs, violet petals, and kisses of spice and cola. This wine manages to feel dense and ethereal at once, shimmering across the palate with vibrant acidity, studding the cheeks with polished, fine-grained tannins. Finessed and elegant upon release, Mascarello’s ’13 Barolo has the framework to age for decades--time will reveal new intricacies and beauties in this stunning wine! Crafted as a traditional cuvée, Mascarello Barolo derives from just over twelve acres planted in the historic vineyards of Cannubi, Rue, San Lorenzo, and Rocche di Annunziata. This wine sports a very long thirty to fifty day maceration period, and it ages for about thirty months in large, very old botti. One of the great bottlings of the benchmark 2013 vintage, this Barolo is stunning--just transcendent. Just under 1,200 cases made.
Bartolo Mascarello Barolo 2004 750ml
All the hallmarks of a Mascarello Barolo unfold in the near perfect 2004 vintage. While the 2001 was about structure, and the 2003 showed approachability, the classic 2004 vintage offers noble structure marked by freshness and finesse. The wine’s expressive notes display delicate red fruit, violets and baking spices. The tannins are supple and the overall character is unmistakably Mascarello Barolo. Expect maturing of the 2004 vintage from 2013-2030. As you await further development, we recommend experiencing Mascarello’s style through some of the region’s purest expressions of Barbera and Dolcetto.