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Mauro Molino Barolo 2010 (Barolo, Italy)- [RP 92]
Mauro Molino Barolo 2010 (Barolo, Italy)- [RP 92]
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92 Points- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
The entry-level 2010 Barolo shows a great level of sophistication, depth and offers suburb value at a very attractive price tag. Its appearance is brooding and dark and the bouquet shows a slow and steady aromatic evolution. Pretty layers of spice, leather, anise seed and blue flower fill in the rear. Thick grains and lush texture characterize the lovely mouthfeel. Drink: 2017-2025. - Monica Larner, July 2014

Bruno Giacosa Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC 2012 (Piedmont, Italy)
Bruno Giacosa Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC 2012 (Piedmont, Italy)
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89 Points - Wine Spectator:
"Light-weight, showing rose, candied cherry, raspberry and light earth flavors. Firm and persistent, with fine length and a touch of mineral on the finish. Drink now through 2018. 800 cases imported." – BS (Dec 15, 2014)


Prunotto "Pian Romualdo" Barbera D'Alba DOC 2011 (Piedmont, Italy)
Prunotto "Pian Romualdo" Barbera D'Alba DOC 2011 (Piedmont, Italy)
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a ruby red in color with purple highlights, grapey in aroma with floral (roses) and spicy notes from the aging in oak, full and balanced in flavor. A very versatile wine, its roundness and suppleness make it an excellent match with a full range of dishes as, for example, the traditional fried meats and vegetables and the pot-au-feu of Piedmont. It is best drunk at a temperature of 16° centigrade (60° Fahrenheit).

Damilano Barolo Riserva DOCG 2000 (Piedmont, Italy) - [JS 95]
Damilano Barolo Riserva DOCG 2000 (Piedmont, Italy) - [JS 95]
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James Suckling:
"This is very chewy and powerful with meat, berry and dark-chocolate character. Full body, powerful tannins but a ripe, rich finish. Just coming around now." - (February 18th, 2014)
Giorgio Pelissero "Vanotu" Barbaresco DOCG 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [RP 94] [ST 92] [WS 90]
Giorgio Pelissero "Vanotu" Barbaresco DOCG 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [RP 94] [ST 92] [WS 90]
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95 Points - Antonio Galloni:

"A beautifully, centered, polished wine the 2010 Barbaresco Vanotu impresses for its striking inner perfume and exceptional balance. In 2010, the Vanotu is impeccable and harmonious from the very first taste. Leather, licorice, mint and sweet spices resonate on the textured, inviting finish. The 2010 is unusually voluptuous for the year. Readers should give the 2010 another few years for the French oak to integrate. Giorgio Pelissero's wines have a way of coming together in bottle. I expect that will be the case here as well." - Antonio Galloni (October 2013)

Giorgio Pelissero "Long Now" Red DOCG 2009 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [ST 91]
Giorgio Pelissero "Long Now" Red DOCG 2009 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [ST 91]
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95 Points - Antonioi Galloni:
"All of the very best attributes of the vintage and the Pelissero house style come through in the 2009 Long Now. A huge, rich wine, the Long Now bursts from the glass with dark fruit, mocha, grilled herbs and smoke. This voluptuous, striking wine is loaded with class through and through. Tar, licorice and smoke are layered into the deep, resonant finish." - Antonio Galloni (October 2012)

Gaja "Sperss" Langhe DOC 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [WS 97] [ST 96-97] [RP 96] [AG 95+] [WE 95] [JS 94]
Gaja "Sperss" Langhe DOC 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [WS 97] [ST 96-97] [RP 96] [AG 95+] [WE 95] [JS 94]
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97 Points - Wine Spectator:
"Fragrant, with incense and sandalwood notes framing the core of cherry, accented by hints of leather, tobacco and tea. Exhibits purity and density despite the formidable tannins. The finish is long and complex, revealing fruit and spice elements. Best from 2018 through 2035. 1,833 cases made." – BS (Web Only - 2014)

96-97 Points - Stephen Tanzer:
"Very good deep red. Multidimensional aromas of raspberry, flowers, mocha, menthol, orange peel, licorice and underbrush, plus a whiff of petrol that reminded me of riesling. Densely packed and powerful but without any undue weight, showing terrific finesse and mouthfilling breadth to its flavors of red fruits, menthol and minerals. Superb inner-mouth tension here. Has the strength of fruit to support the powerful tannins on the unflagging finish. This should gain in complexity in bottle for two or three decades." - Stephen Tanzer (November 2013)

Prunotto Barbaresco DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 92] [JS 91] [WE 90] [WS 90]
Prunotto Barbaresco DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 92] [JS 91] [WE 90] [WS 90]
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92 Points - Vinous Media:
"Prunotto's 2009 Barbaresco is just as impressive as it was last year. A seductive, polished wine, the 2009 graces the palate with succulent red berries, sweet tobacco, licorice, wild flowers and savory herbs. The 2009 can be enjoyed today with some decanting and will continue to drink well for another decade-plus. This is a beautiful entry-level showing from Prunotto." - Antonio Galloni (October 201

Prunotto Barolo DOCG 2009 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 91]
Prunotto Barolo DOCG 2009 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 91]
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91 Points - Vinous Media:
"Prunotto's 2009 Barolo is totally open for business. Rich, round and seductive, the 2009 flows across the palate with sweet red berries, crushed flowers and spices. The 2009 won't last forever, but it is a very pretty and delicious Barolo to drink now and over the next handful of years. The long, persistent finish in particular makes it hard to resist a second taste." - Antonio Galloni (October 2013)
Vietti Barolo DOCG "Ravera" 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 100] [RP 96] [WS 96] [WE 95]
Vietti Barolo DOCG "Ravera" 2010 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 100] [RP 96] [WS 96] [WE 95]
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100 Points - Vinous Media:
"The 2010 Barolo Ravera is one of the greatest wines I have ever tasted from Vietti. Stunning. It's as simple as that Freshly cut flowers, mint, spices, crushed rocks and pine jump from the glass in a vivid, crystalline wine endowed with captivating purity, clarity and finesse. The 2010 takes hold of the palate and never lets up, gaining body, breadth and volume over time. A breathtaking, perfumed finish rounds out the finish. The Ravera represents a bit of a stylistic departure for Vietti and a return to a more traditional style of winemaking. The 2010 was done entirely in cask, with minimal racking. In its early years, it was virtually impossible to taste as the reductive winemaking style gave a wine with closed aromatics and searing tannin. Today, the 2010 is beginning to blossom into an epic Barolo. The 2010 Ravera may well be the single greatest Barolo Luca Currado has ever made. It is also a wine that, along with the Barolos of Elvio Cogno, show just how much potential the hills of Ravera have to offer. Readers who can find the 2010 Ravera should not hesitate. It is a legendary, benchmark Barolo in the making. As an aside, a bottle of the 1999 I tasted last year was extraordinary, and it was made in the slightly more modern style that was typical at Vietti during that era. Drinking window: 2025 - 2050" - Antonio Galloni (January 2014)