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Cascinetta Vietti Moscato d'Asti 2022

Fruity and lightly bubbly with sweet and a hint of tart, light and fresh. Notes of tangerine, green apple, and kiwi. — 4 days ago

LM, Iwan and 7 others liked this

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Castiglione Barolo Nebbiolo 2018

9.3+. Veel potentie jong nu — a month ago

Jan, Juan and 5 others liked this

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Barolo Nebbiolo

Stunning 71 #Vietti from a perfectly stored bottle. Everything. Aromatics, freshness. Balance. Tannin. Fruit. Finish. — 2 months ago

Freek, Pinotman and 1 other liked this

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Rocche di Castiglione Barolo Nebbiolo 2008

Needed quite a bit of time to decant, but well worth it. 15 years young.  — 3 months ago

Alex, Ira and 15 others liked this

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Roero Arneis 2022

Big and broad. Some tartness, meyer lemon, almond, hint mandarine. A little hot 14%. — 7 days ago

Lyle, Scott@Mister and 1 other liked this

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Tre Vigne Barbera d'Asti 2021

Al Pal
9.2

Yummy yummy yummy mhmmmmm good — 16 days ago

Al Pal

Al Pal

$20

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Tre Vigne Barbera d'Alba 2021

Delectable Wine
9.2

The 2021 Barbera d'Alba Tre Vigne is a fabulous, explosive wine. Sumptuous dark cherry, ripe plum, mocha, licorice and new leather are all dialed up to the maximum. This racy, deep Barbera is tremendous. For its quality-to-price ratio, the Alba Tre Vigne might be the wine of the year at Vietti. $25.00 (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, February 2024) — 2 months ago

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Perbacco Langhe Nebbiolo 2020

Wine is bright red. On nose its Sour cherry, blackcurrants, herbs, tobacco. On palate its strawberries, cherries, Acidity medium+, bright, round integrated tannin, long finish. Beautiful wine the weekend. Enjoy it now or try it 2026+ cellar. Cheers! — 18 days ago

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Tre Vigne Dolcetto d'Alba 2021

On the nose, this is cherry and blueberry... On the palate the cherry is concentrated... The blueberry is also there... Savory, fatty... The tanning here is medium and chewy... The bright, fruity finish is just medium but the tannin lingers long... I quite like this tannin effect here. I paired this with crackers and an aged Gouda, but really I think this could have paired with a variety of foods. Decent acidity to hold its own against a variety of foods as long as they're kept simple. — a month ago

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with Anita

Cascina Fontana

Barolo Del Comune Di Castiglione Falletto Nebbiolo 2016


Brought to V. Mertz from my cellar. Cascina Fontana is an ultra-traditional producer located in the commune of Castiglione Falletto; just across the border from Monforte d’Alba. The bulk of their holdings are western-facing parcels within the Mariondino MGA that were formerly part of the “Valletti Zone”. However, as an ultra-traditionalist, they only produce two Barolos and both are blends of fruit from different MGAs. One is labeled simply "Barolo" (which is a blend of fruit sourced from their holdings in both Castiglione Falletto and La Morra) and this wine, labeled under the “del Commune di Castiglione Falletto” designation. It is a blend fruit from Mariondino and the neighboring Villero MGA. Their holdings in Villero don’t suck either. Their parcels reside next to those of Vietti and Giacomo Fenocchio.

The 2016 Cascina Fontana pours a bright garnet with a transparent core; medium+ viscosity and no staining of the tears. On the nose, the wine is developing with gorgeous aromas of Morello cherry, bruised strawberry, pink and white roses with freshly cut stems, crushed rock and some tar. On the palate, the wine is bone dry with high tannins and medium+ acid. Confirming the notes from the nose. The finish is long and savory. The texture? Simply divine. A debonair Barolo from Castiglione Falletto that paired well with Morgan Ranch wagyu tartar. Because it’s 2016 (and with a little Villero), you can drink now with patience and through…well…probably 2066. No cap.
— 2 months ago

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