Trediberri

Barolo Nebbiolo

9.168 ratings
9.112 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
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9.1

The 2017 Barolo is a pretty dense wine from proprietor Nicola Oberto. I am used to seeing a bit more finesse and transparency here, but the 2017 is quite a powerhouse. Large-grained tannins add to that impression. Time in the glass brings out hints of spice and tobacco, and yet the 2017 remains a bit rough around the edges. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, October 2021)

The 2017 Barolo is a pretty dense wine from proprietor Nicola Oberto. I am used to seeing a bit more finesse and transparency here, but the 2017 is quite a powerhouse. Large-grained tannins add to that impression. Time in the glass brings out hints of spice and tobacco, and yet the 2017 remains a bit rough around the edges. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, October 2021)

Nov 4th, 2021
DLynn

Penfolds Ambassador

9.4

DBG!!

DBG!!

May 25th, 2019
Cathy Corison

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

9.0

Good value

Good value

1 person found it helpfulSep 25th, 2021
Fredrik Finn

First encounter with the 2016 Trediberri Barolo. After an hour in the decanter it is very closed and tight. After an additional 30 minutes of had work of spinning the glass the wine finally unleashed its inner complexity. As it opens up it displays an intense fruit profile with slightly tart red berries; cranberries, rose hip and blood orange with a softer edged strawberry fruit and lavender coming from behind. Beyond the fruit there is plenty of complexity coming from a pronounced portion of incense, tar and spicy characters.
A penetrating acidity and pronounced, ye approachable, tannins with a gripping texture dictates the palate. A very good fatigue on the mid palate, strong but with light steps and plenty of vibrant energy. An expansive complexity holds your attention through a solid finish. 92 +
If opening today I would give it 3-4 hours in the decanter, and don’t rush it in the glass. I am confident that it will age beautifully, and I will keep my additional 6 pack on the back for a couple of years before a revisit.

First encounter with the 2016 Trediberri Barolo. After an hour in the decanter it is very closed and tight. After an additional 30 minutes of had work of spinning the glass the wine finally unleashed its inner complexity. As it opens up it displays an intense fruit profile with slightly tart red berries; cranberries, rose hip and blood orange with a softer edged strawberry fruit and lavender coming from behind. Beyond the fruit there is plenty of complexity coming from a pronounced portion of incense, tar and spicy characters.
A penetrating acidity and pronounced, ye approachable, tannins with a gripping texture dictates the palate. A very good fatigue on the mid palate, strong but with light steps and plenty of vibrant energy. An expansive complexity holds your attention through a solid finish. 92 +
If opening today I would give it 3-4 hours in the decanter, and don’t rush it in the glass. I am confident that it will age beautifully, and I will keep my additional 6 pack on the back for a couple of years before a revisit.

1 person found it helpfulNov 4th, 2020
Bob McDonald

Medium garnet. Notes of leather dark chocolate and floral nuances. Follows thru on to the palate with trademark acidity. Can drink now but will obviously cellar.

Medium garnet. Notes of leather dark chocolate and floral nuances. Follows thru on to the palate with trademark acidity. Can drink now but will obviously cellar.

Jul 20th, 2016
Jeff Burrows

Very nice, needs a little more time to integrate the oak. Not overdone at all, just seems to poke out a little.

Very nice, needs a little more time to integrate the oak. Not overdone at all, just seems to poke out a little.

Apr 24th, 2016
Jeff Burrows

drinks nicely now without being overtly modern. plenty of backbone for aging.

drinks nicely now without being overtly modern. plenty of backbone for aging.

Mar 6th, 2014
Jeff Burrows

young, but very nice with food.

young, but very nice with food.

Sep 5th, 2013
Charles (Chad) Bucklin

Owner and founder of C. T. Bucklin Wine Advising

Very austere and not giving much at the moment. Balanced. Classic style. Needs time.

Very austere and not giving much at the moment. Balanced. Classic style. Needs time.

Jan 4th, 2021
Jean-Philip Journeault

2014

Apr 14th, 2022