Azienda Agricola Brovia

Azienda Agricola Brovia

Rocche Barolo Nebbiolo 2006

This will need more time as this is muscular styled with lots of tannin structure showing red fruits, leather, dried herbs, tobacco & rose petal. — 2 days ago

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Vignavillej Dolcetto d'Alba 2016

Stand by goodness. Lots of body and fruitfulness without being a kick in the mouth — a month ago

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Rocche di Castiglione Barolo Nebbiolo 2011

PnP - medium garnet red with watery rim. Very floral and seducing, crunchy red cherry, cedar, spices with earthy and mineral notes. In the mouth it is very silky with good acidity. Tannins were quite present at first but mellowed out throughout dinner. It seems that the wine in general became more mellow with air. I understand 2011 aren’t for the long haul and this is quite enjoyable now — 3 months ago

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Villero Barolo Nebbiolo 2012

In a great spot right now. This 2012 is firing away! Surprising red fruit with meaningful earth as well! Needed every minute I gave it. — 13 days ago

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Ciaböt del Fi Barbera d'Alba 2016

Wow, what a nice surprise this was! A little bolder than the normal Barbera; very, very smooth and delicious. Decanting in advance is key. — a month ago

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Ca'mia Barolo Nebbiolo 2008

Terrific after 2hr decant. But really great. Very typical Barolo notes and just a perfect expression. Thank you!! — 2 months ago

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@Evan Bienstock Evan nice post and have a safe and healthy weekend Cheers 🍷

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Garblèt Sue' Barolo Nebbiolo 2012

Great wine. Sometimes I think Barolo is what Bordeaux wishes it could be... — 14 days ago

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Roero Arneis 2018

A better match for sole piccata you will not find. — a month ago

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La Villerina Secca Langhe Freisa 2017

I don’t hide the fact that I’m a massive fan of Brovia and their Freisa which they produce in a dry, still style is among my favorite values in all of Piedmont. The grapes for this wine come from the Villero cru and are aged exclusively in stainless steel. Production is extremely minuscule with under 1000 bottles made per year however, tracking some down is well worth the effort. The 2017 version has aromas of dark blackberries, roses, and tar while the palate is packed with strawberries, mulberries, blueberries and dried herbs. Impressive structure with mouth-drying tannins and snappy acidity leading to a long, tongue-smacking finish. Capable of aging? Yes, and probably would be an interesting one to follow over the next five to ten years. That being said, these are really meant to be consumed on the younger side while we wait for the Barolo’s to mature 😉. This bottle was paired with the “kamikaze” lasagna we got last night from Au Courant which, as it happens, was also my source for this bottle. — 2 months ago

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