Albino Armani

Albino Rocca

Ronchi Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2018

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The 2018 Barbaresco Ronchi is another gorgeous wine in this lineup from Rocca. As always, the Ronchi is a Barbaresco of breadth and power. In 2018, those qualities are expressed in a decidedly understated manner. Wild cherry, plum, sage, tobacco and menthol are all kicked up in this super-expressive Barbaresco. Hints of orange peel, spice, star anise and sweet pipe tobacco grace the layered, exquisite finish. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, February 2022)
— 5 months ago

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Albino Rocca

Barbaresco Nebbiolo 1978

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Albino Armani

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Albino Rocca

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@Alan Weinberg Great history lesson, thanks