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Pio Cesare Barolo DOCG 2015 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [JS 96] [RP 94] [WE 94] [JD 93] [VM 91]
Pio Cesare Barolo DOCG 2015 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [JS 96] [RP 94] [WE 94] [JD 93] [VM 91]
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96 Points - James Suckling:
"Complex aromas of smoke, ash and dark fruits with a precision and intensity. Layered and gorgeous. Loads of dark fruit and perfume. Full-bodied with round and wonderfully polished tannins. Wonderful length and richness Goes on for minutes. Try in 2023 but already goes " - (6 Jan, 2019)
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Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco "Gaiun" Martinenga DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy)
Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco "Gaiun" Martinenga DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [WS 92]
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92 Points - Wine Spectator Magazine:
"Warm and broad, offering hot brick, ripe cherry, licorice, plum and tar flavors, backed by beefy tannins. A muscular version, with menthol and tobacco notes on the lengthy finish. Best from 2017 through 2025. 1,000 cases made." - BS (Nov 30, 2015)



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Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco "Gaiun" Martinenga DOCG 2014 (Piedmont, Italy) - [VM 96] [WS 91]
Marchesi di Gresy Barbaresco "Gaiun" Martinenga DOCG 2014 (Piedmont, Italy) - [VM 96] [WS 91]
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96 Points - Vinous Media:
"The 2014 Barbaresco Gaiun is simply stunning. Rich, layered and explosive, with tremendous depth, the 2014 is all class. Dark cherry, plum, chocolate, licorice, new leather and spice race across the palate. Gaiun has rarely been this aristocratic, profound or complete. The 2014 is all that, and more." - Antonio Galloni (August 2018)
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Nervi Gattinara DOCG 2017 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 94]
Nervi Gattinara DOCG 2017 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 94]
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94 Points - Vinous:
"The 2017 Gattinara is terrific. It will also give readers something to drink without waiting decades. In 2017, the Gattinara is a bit richer than it often is - the result of the warm dry year – but its profile is super-classic. Sweet pipe tobacco, mint, dried herbs, licorice, dried cherry and Alpine herbs fill out its ample frame effortlessly. I would give the 2017 a few years in bottle, but it won’t need more than that to start drinking well. In 2017, Roberto Conterno did not bottle his vineyard-designates. Instead, all the best lots went into the straight Gattinara, an overachieving wine that delivers the goods. I don’t expect the 2017 will be among the most long-lived wines here, but that will hardly be an issue for most readers. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)
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Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Valferana" DOCG 2016 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96]
Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Valferana" DOCG 2016 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96]
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96 Points - Vinous:
"The 2016 Gattinara Vigna Valferana is every bit as impressive from bottle as it was from cask. Rich and resonant, the 2016 is so supremely beautiful as it opens up in the glass. It is a wine of real breadth and textural expansiveness. Rose petal, mint, sweet dried cherry, tar, anise and orange peel are some of the nuances that emerge, but the Valferana is a wine to admire for its total sense of balance. In a word: Lights out. Make that two words. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)


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Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Molsino" DOCG 2016 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96+]
Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Molsino" DOCG 2016 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96+]
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96+ Points - Vinous:
"Tasted next to the Valferana, the 2016 Gattinara Vigna Molsino is much more nervous in feel. Iron, dried herbs, sweet dried cherry, mint, crushed rocks, white pepper and earthy notes give the Molsino a good deal of aromatic complexity to match its intense, saline-infused minerality. Today, though, the tannins and acids are almost overpowering. Readers will find an old-school, classically austere Gattinara that needs 10-15 years to be at its best. The 2016 is an absolute jewel of a wine, but it should be purchased only by readers with either very good genes are a ton of optimism regarding their own longevity. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)
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Nervi Gattinara DOCG 2017 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 94]
Nervi Gattinara DOCG 2017 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 94]
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94 Points - Vinous:
"The 2017 Gattinara is terrific. It will also give readers something to drink without waiting decades. In 2017, the Gattinara is a bit richer than it often is - the result of the warm dry year – but its profile is super-classic. Sweet pipe tobacco, mint, dried herbs, licorice, dried cherry and Alpine herbs fill out its ample frame effortlessly. I would give the 2017 a few years in bottle, but it won’t need more than that to start drinking well. In 2017, Roberto Conterno did not bottle his vineyard-designates. Instead, all the best lots went into the straight Gattinara, an overachieving wine that delivers the goods. I don’t expect the 2017 will be among the most long-lived wines here, but that will hardly be an issue for most readers. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)
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Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Valferana" DOCG 2016 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96]
Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Valferana" DOCG 2016 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96]
Retail Price: $289.00
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96 Points - Vinous:
"The 2016 Gattinara Vigna Valferana is every bit as impressive from bottle as it was from cask. Rich and resonant, the 2016 is so supremely beautiful as it opens up in the glass. It is a wine of real breadth and textural expansiveness. Rose petal, mint, sweet dried cherry, tar, anise and orange peel are some of the nuances that emerge, but the Valferana is a wine to admire for its total sense of balance. In a word: Lights out. Make that two words. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)


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Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Molsino" DOCG 2016 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96+]
Nervi Gattinara "Vigna Molsino" DOCG 2016 [1.5L MAGNUM] (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 96+]
Retail Price: $295,135.00
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96+ Points - Vinous:
"Tasted next to the Valferana, the 2016 Gattinara Vigna Molsino is much more nervous in feel. Iron, dried herbs, sweet dried cherry, mint, crushed rocks, white pepper and earthy notes give the Molsino a good deal of aromatic complexity to match its intense, saline-infused minerality. Today, though, the tannins and acids are almost overpowering. Readers will find an old-school, classically austere Gattinara that needs 10-15 years to be at its best. The 2016 is an absolute jewel of a wine, but it should be purchased only by readers with either very good genes are a ton of optimism regarding their own longevity. " - Antonio Galloni (Sep 2020)
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Roberto Voerzio Barolo La Serra DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [JS 94] [WS 92] [WE 91]
Roberto Voerzio Barolo La Serra DOCG 2011 (Piedmont, Italy) - [AG 95] [JS 94] [WS 92] [WE 91]
Retail Price: $335.00
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95 Points - Antonio Galloni:
"In 2011, the Barolo Le Serra benefits from its slightly higher elevation and cooler micro-climate, both of which give the wine an added element of freshness that is needed. Dark red stone fruits, flowers, spices and leather are all supported by the characteristic firm La Serra tannins, but the 2011 has a little more mid-palate depth and overall volume that serves to balance some of the angular contours that can be present. A gorgeous and complete wine, the La Serra is also an overachiever in 2011." - Antonio Galloni (November 2014)
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