Pecchenino

Pecchenino

Le Coste Barolo Nebbiolo 2017

Ruby color with a light bouquet of dark fruit, spices, herbs and floral notes, blended from 3 vineyards. On the palate flavors of black cherry, currants and raspberry with notes of licorice, cola, floral and herbs. Long finish, nice balance with fine soft tannins ending with fruit and earthy notes. Just starting to drink now! Will continue to age. — 6 months ago

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Pecchenino

Langhe Pinot Nero 2012

Ottimo dopo 10 anni! — 2 years ago

Pecchenino

Bricco Ravera Langhe Nebbiolo 2015

This was a great find!  The Wine merchant where we bought it explained that this is technically a Borolo, but because of a labeling controversy, it is not labeled as such. but it sure has the Barolo profile! Fruit and spice and tobacco and cocoa! Highly recommend! — 3 years ago

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Pecchenino

Vigna Botti Langhe DOC Nebbiolo 2021

Pickup from my local wine shop. Another win for langhe Nebbiolo for 2021. This one is quite classic. Lighter in the glass, great fruit, balanced acid, nice dried flower and earth. Good value. — 3 months ago

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Azienda Agricola Roberto Voerzio

Brunate Barolo Nebbiolo 2010

This bottle of 2010 Roberto Voerzio “Brunate” was generously provided by a friend who wanted to share this with me after service along with a few others from Tasting Group. Opened, splash decanted and consumed over three hours; served side-by-side with the 2010 Pecchenino “Le Coste”. The Voerzio “Brunate” was a relative hermit. Even after three hours in the decanter, it remained a bit of a wallflower while the Pecchenino was a whirling dervish on the dance floor. The classic structure of 2010 and the austerity of “Brunate” made for an impenetrable fortress, keeping the fruit under lock and key…and behind a moat and a drawbridge and stone walls with soldiers and trebuchets for that matter. Despite all of that, one does get the sense there is a deep core of high quality fruit recessed underneath the surface. It’s dark and mysterious…and simply hard to access at this moment in time. For what it’s worth, Voerzio’s holdings in “Brunate” come from the western portion of the MGA, on the La Morra side, right next to Oddero’s holdings. Frankly, this is going to need a long, long time in the cellar before it shows really well. If i had any in my cellar, I wouldn’t touch again until 2030. — a year ago

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Pecchenino

Bricco Botti Dolcetto di Dogliani Superiore Dolcetto 2016

Dolcetto with some spine. Attack no impressive, but kicks into gear mid palette and finish. Impressive dolcetto. $35 — 3 years ago

Pecchenino

San Giuseppe Barolo Nebbiolo 2018

Ruby color with a bouquet of dark fruit, spices, leather, oak and floral notes, blended from 3 vineyards, long skin maceration. On the palate flavors of black cherry, currants and raspberry with notes of pepper, floral and mint. Long finish, nice balance with fine soft sweet chewy tannins ending with fruit and earthy notes. Just starting to drink now! Will continue to age. — 5 months ago

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Love their Dolcetto

Pecchenino

Quass Barbera d'Alba 2016

Perfect color, perfect bouquet, perfect taste, a perfect Barbera! — 2 years ago

Poderi Luigi Einaudi

Vigna Tecc Dogliani Superiore Dolcetto

More fruit forward than the pecchenino — 2 years ago