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Barolo Nebbiolo

9.126 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Barolo, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy
Nebbiolo
Lamb, Goose, Potato, Baking Spices, Beans & Peas, Hard Cheese, Turkey, Beef, Pasta, Salami & Prosciutto, Tomato-Based, Soft Cheese, Chicken, Veal, White Rice, Herbs, Mushrooms, Pungent Cheese, Pork, Game, Exotic Spices, Chili & Hot Spicy, Duck, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Silvia Rossi

Tortelli&Barolo with Matte ❤️

Tortelli&Barolo with Matte ❤️

Mar 26th, 2022
Sipping Fine Wine

Ruby with black fruit aromas and herb floral scents. On the palate dark berry, black cherry & raspberry, cinnamon, licorice and floral herb notes. Full taut tannins bring fruit to long finish ending with spice and earthy mineral. Wonderful! Just beginning to open, will age well over next 5-7 years.

Ruby with black fruit aromas and herb floral scents. On the palate dark berry, black cherry & raspberry, cinnamon, licorice and floral herb notes. Full taut tannins bring fruit to long finish ending with spice and earthy mineral. Wonderful! Just beginning to open, will age well over next 5-7 years.

1 person found it helpfulJun 16th, 2021
Zach Henderson

Italian wines always taste better in Italy. Praiano is a less crowded version of Positano and Pasquallino is Praiano’s best chef run restauranteur. Last year, we helped him and his friend sync their new speaker with their phone. Molto bravi! This 2015 Barolo is the same.

Italian wines always taste better in Italy. Praiano is a less crowded version of Positano and Pasquallino is Praiano’s best chef run restauranteur. Last year, we helped him and his friend sync their new speaker with their phone. Molto bravi! This 2015 Barolo is the same.

Jul 24th, 2022
Anthony De Blasi

Elegant Barolo, as said in my previous post: could easily mistake it with a Barbaresco

Elegant Barolo, as said in my previous post: could easily mistake it with a Barbaresco

Apr 5th, 2021
Ericsson

Some days you just need a glass a wine...

Some days you just need a glass a wine...

Jul 7th, 2020
Anthony De Blasi

Still has a way to go. Very young and quite closed. Quite some evolution between opening and the last glas. Shows more elegance than expected, if tasted blind I would say a Barbaresco.

Still has a way to go. Very young and quite closed. Quite some evolution between opening and the last glas. Shows more elegance than expected, if tasted blind I would say a Barbaresco.

Mar 13th, 2020
Barrie Sant

Small family wine makers, produces excellent Barolo, in fact some of the best, possibly a bit young at present and will age well, but still shows a lovely complex nature with hints of cherry, raspberry and liquorice with a leathery back taste.

Small family wine makers, produces excellent Barolo, in fact some of the best, possibly a bit young at present and will age well, but still shows a lovely complex nature with hints of cherry, raspberry and liquorice with a leathery back taste.

Dec 30th, 2019
barak heller hayun

🙈 tasting 5th wine
at wset level 2 course (1st meeting)

first ever nebbiolo. first ever barolo.

they said it's a very good one. i didn't really noticed. was too confused trying to comprehend.

🙈 tasting 5th wine
at wset level 2 course (1st meeting)

first ever nebbiolo. first ever barolo.

they said it's a very good one. i didn't really noticed. was too confused trying to comprehend.

Dec 26th, 2019
JFP
8.9

Paired well with branzino and an orange roughy

Paired well with branzino and an orange roughy

Sep 8th, 2019
Shawn Thompson

Cherry, raspberry, leather, tar and barnyard floor notes. Medium body, mild taleggio finish. Decanted for an hour. Paired perfectly with grilled pork chop and pork ragu cavatelli.

Cherry, raspberry, leather, tar and barnyard floor notes. Medium body, mild taleggio finish. Decanted for an hour. Paired perfectly with grilled pork chop and pork ragu cavatelli.

Jan 9th, 2019