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De Forville Nebbiolo d'Alba San Rocco 2013 750ml
Succulent Nebbiolo fruit, delicate rose petals and violets, a dip into the spice box, a touch of sun-warmed earth, and a kiss of eucalyptus dance in the nose of this wine from De Forville. While this structured, sophisticated ’13 Nebbiolo drinks more like a Barolo than a Barbaresco, it’s nonetheless approachable, wrapping your palate with its fine-grained tannins as it glides to a lingering finish. Deriving from vines grown in various vineyard sites in the hilltop commune of San Rocco d’Elvio, this cuvée ferments in temperature-controlled stainless steel and matures in wooden casks for more than a year before bottling.
Mastroberardino Irpinia Rosato Lacrimarosa 2016 750ml
“Lacrimarosa” means “pink tear,” a nod to the pale blush color of this remarkably fragrant and delicious wine. Crushed berries and juicy stone fruits dance with peonies, fresh-cut herbs and river rocks in this dry, welcoming ’16 rosato. Nicely textured and altogether delicious, this $23 wine is a lively introduction to the legendary Mastroberardino estate. This mono-varietal Aglianico rosato derives from the Irpinia region in Campania; Mastroberardino’s southwestern-facing plot is composed of stony, clay and limestone soil. Soft pressing gives the wine its pale pink color; grapes ferment and age in stainless steel to maintain a strong sense of terroir.
Donnas Vallee d'Aosta Rosso 2010 750ml
Tangy, silky, balanced and lithe, this ’10 Alpine Rosso offers tremendous bang for its buck. A blend of 85% Picotendro (the local name for Nebbiolo) and the rest split up between local varieties Freisa and Neyret, this wine complements its dusty tannins from the Nebbiolo with juicy, pure red fruit, provided by the other two components. Grown in rocky soils on steep slopes, this Rosso is considered to be the Barolo or Barbaresco of Vallee d’Aosta. Aged for at least two years in 25 HL oak casks, the wine gives a beautiful nose full of violets and dried cherries followed with forest smoke, and as it opens in the glass, coffee mixes with minerality, showing the terroir of a wine deriving from vineyards carved out of the rocky Alps. Bright, elegant and surprisingly full-bodied, this ’10 Rosso could be your new summertime go-to red.
San Giuliano Barbera Fiore di Marcorino 2017 750ml
Warm tobacco, kisses of vanilla and violet, touches of licorice and peppery spices, and a brush of forest floor frame the juicy red and purple fruits in this balanced, elegant ’17 Barbera Fiore di Marcorino. Lush for a Barbera, this wine fills the mouth with a sweet inner perfume, lightly textured tannins, bright acidity, and a thrumming mineral bass line that builds on the chocolatey, silky finish. San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. This wine derives from vines ranging from fifteen to sixty years old grown in a southern-facing parcel of limestone marl. This wine ferments for 7 to 10 days in stainless steel and ages in barrels for ten to twelve months before bottling.
San Giuliano Barbera Fiore di Marcorino 2014 750ml
2014 was a challenging year in Piemonte, but you’d never know it from this food-friendly, elegant cru Barbera. Roses, warm baking spices, fresh earth, and a touch of leather frame the juicy red and blue fruits; a sweet inner perfume peeks on the palate, complemented by fresh acidity and a kiss of minerality. San Giuliano, run by Giulio Pastura and wife Mariella, is a collection of vineyards ranging across about seventeen acres in the northeastern Piemonte zones of Roero, Asti, Neive and Barbaresco. This wine derives from vines ranging from fifteen to sixty years old grown in a southern-facing parcel of limestone marl. This wine ferments in stainless steel and ages in barrels for ten to twelve months before bottling.
Ada Nada Barbaresco Valeirano 2009 750ml
Bright ruby, this ’09 Barbaresco bursts from the glass with aromas of wildflowers, fresh-cut herbs, balsamic, baking spices, and juicy cherries and berries. Wrapping the palate in a core of succulent fruit, this Barbaresco offers chewy tannins and fresh acidity, finishing with a savory minerality. This cru Barbaresco derives from a calcareous marl vineyard in Valeirano, located in Treiso; after picking, the grapes vinify in stainless steel vats, then ages first in botti and then in barriques for a total of about 18-20 months, before bottling without filtration. A terrific value, Ada Nada Barbaresco Valierano drinks like a wine at least twice the price.
La Ca'Nova Barbaresco Montefico vigna Bric Mentina 2015 750ml
Dusty minerals, fresh fennel, espresso beans, violet petals and peppery spices frame the luscious red and blue fruits in the lifted, elegant and refined ’15 Barbaresco Montefico Vigna Bric Mentina. Surprisingly accessible, this wine shows lovely depth and power, lots of polished tannins, a lovely acidic spine, and terrific minerality. While you can drink this wine right out of the gate with some decanting, it has the stuffing to age beautifully over the next decade or so. Deriving from the estate’s Montefico vineyard that sports 30 to 35-year-old vines grown in clayey, limestone-rich soils, the grapes for this wine ferment in stainless steel for about three weeks, and the wine ages for 18 months in large botti, followed by ten months in bottle before release. Fewer than 600 cases produced.
Produttori Del Barbaresco Barbaresco 2010 750ml
In 2010, Vacca decided not to craft any of the cru bottlings that have made this collective famous, and this extraordinary wine is the joyous product of that decision. Juicy, delineated, and aromatic, this ’10 Barbaresco cuvée offers perfumes of succulent red fruit, umami, roses, and earth; the palate echoes these notes, where fresh-cut herbs, spice and chewy tannins make their entrance. A lovely, graceful mouth-feel that’s silky and dry lead to a lingering finish, making for an altogether elegant experience. A blend of grapes from Asili, Rabajà, Pora, Montestefano, Ovello, Pajé, Montefico, Moccagatta and Rio Sordo, this wine macerates on the skins for around a month, and then ages in large botti for two years. This cuvée Barbaresco redefines value, and delicious now, it’s only going to get better.
Ada Nada Barbaresco Cichin 2009 750ml
Dark plum, juicy black cherries, underbrush, spice and incense greet the nose in the ’09 Cichin, while the wine’s grippy tannins hug the palate with a pleasant hold. Brooding, spicy, full-bodied and structured, the Cichin (it’s easiest to pronounce it as “chicken”) is the more austere of Ada Nada’s cru Barbaresco, and while it can be enjoyed now with some decanting, it benefits from time in the cellar. Deriving from a 1.2-acre southwest-facing vineyard with limestone and clay soils and 45-year-old vines, the Cichin macerates in temperature-controlled stainless steel, then ages in oak casks for about 20 months, after which it’s bottled without filtration and ages for another fifteen months before release.
Ada Nada Barbaresco Valeirano 2013 750ml
Brambly berries and juicy black cherries dance with balsamic herbs, violet petals, espresso, and pipe tobacco in this darkly delicious ’13 Barbaresco Valeirano. Luscious fruit finds its mate in savory notes on the palate, while chewy tannins cling to the cheeks; this wine builds to a complex finish that’s laden with toasted nuts and mineral notes. This wine strides the line between fleshiness and elegance, and it far outperforms its relatively modest price point. This cru Barbaresco derives from a calcareous marl vineyard in Valeirano, located in Treiso; after picking, the grapes vinify in stainless steel vats, then the wine ages first in botti and then in barriques for a total of about 18-20 months, before bottling without filtration.