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  1. Michele Chiarlo Barolo

    Michele Chiarlo Barolo


    The wine shows layered aromas and flavors of mint, red fruit and spices. There palate shows bright acidity and silky tannins before a long finish. food pairing This wine is a superlative pairing for roasts, game and hard cheeses. points of distinction Matured for 12 months in oak casks for greater complexity Grapes come from select vineyards of growers with whom the Chiarlo family has dealt for generations. Learn More
  2. 2008 Aldo and Riccardo Seghesio Barolo

    2008 Aldo and Riccardo Seghesio Barolo


    (93pt Wine Spectator) Rich, sporting cherry, tar, tobacco and underbrush flavors, this muscular red is balanced toward the tannins. The lasting impression is sweet fruit, but this needs time. Best from 2016 through 2035. Learn More
  3. Seghesio Barolo La Villa 11'

    Seghesio Barolo La Villa 11'


    Dark wild cherries, plums, tobacco, licorice and smoke are some of the nuances that emerge from the glass. The wine shows gorgeous richness and concentration, yet never comes across as heavy. A textured, vivid finish provides the last impressions of this fine, highly pleasing Barolo. Learn More
  4. Massolino Barolo 2011

    Massolino Barolo 2011


    Garnet red color with variable intensity. The grapes come from different subzones in Serralunga and this gives them a broad and variable spectrum of aromas, ranging from tempting spicy notes to those of a sweeter, floral and fruity nature. A variety of sensations, with a full-bodied, classic and well structured wine which ages well and perfectly represents the important character of the land. It achieves its best expression when served with red meats, particularly game, and with dishes dressed with trufffle. It is also excellent with fresh egg pasta and meat sauce, and with risotto, as well as medium-mature cow's milk and goat's milk cheeses. Learn More
  5. Cogno Barolo 11'

    Cogno Barolo 11'


    Vigna Elena is an uncompromising wine, strictly for Barolo purists, that has makes no concessions to market demand or taste trends. To create this honest Barolo, we respectfully and meticulously follow the experience handed down to us by our grandparents: from the choice of the nebbiolo clone (for many years now, 100% rosè) to the cultivation system, yield, use of native yeasts, ageing in large barrels — plus, of course, the Langhe microclimate in bumper harvests. All this care and attention produce a wine worthy of its history and tradition, capable of raising the profile of the Barolo denomination. The excellence of Barolo Vigna Elena is attested to by the label: a chick drawn by Elena for her mother Nadia and her father Valter when she was only three years old. Ever since then this has been the symbol of the wine. Learn More
  6. 2010 Schiavenza Barolo Cerretta

    2010 Schiavenza Barolo Cerretta


    Not so intense ruby coloured with orange shades. Delicate scent, dry taste. Learn More
  7. 2010 Paolo Scavino Barolo Bricco Ambrogio

    2010 Paolo Scavino Barolo Bricco Ambrogio


    Wine Spectator: 96pt

    Juicy and packed with cherry, black currant, violet, licorice and spice flavors, riding a wave of vibrant acidity. Tannins lend support, allowing this to cruise to a long aftertaste, courtesy of the driving acidity. Best from 2018 through 2032. 567 cases made. –BS

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  8. Massolino Parafada Barolo

    Massolino Parafada Barolo


    95 Massolino 2012 Parafada (Barolo). A textbook Barolo, this opens with scents of mature berry, leather, underbrush, tobacco and an elegant trace of fragrant blue flower. The well-structured palate delivers succulent black cherry, crushed raspberry, cinnamon, licorice, clove and mineral alongside a backbone of firm yet refined tannins. Drink 2020–2030. Learn More
  9. Pianpolvere Soprano Bussia Barolo Riserva 2004

    Pianpolvere Soprano Bussia Barolo Riserva 2004


    Rated 97points by Wine Spectator this Barolo is intense ruby red in color, nice and rich on the nose, with a persistent and extensive bouquet. The wine is robust, rich and complete with a very harmonic and elegant taste. Using biodinamically grown grapes, this wine is only made for exceptionnal vintages and is aged for 7 years before release. In 1998, Pianpolvere Soprano was purchased from Riccardo Fenecchio by Valentino Migliorini of Rocche dei Manzoni. Learn More
  10. 2004 Pianpolvere Soprano Barolo Bussia Riserva

    2004 Pianpolvere Soprano Barolo Bussia Riserva


    Wine Spectator: 97pt

    The aromas start out oaky, showing cedar, vanilla and clove elements, before turning to raspberry and flowers on the palate. Licorice, tar and tobacco flavors reign, allied to a firm texture of gripping tannins. The long, smoky finish heralds its potential. Best from 2014 through 2032. 415 cases made. –BS

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