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Cascina Pugnane Barolo ‘Bussia’ 2015

A Great Contrast with their 'Pugnane' Barolo, the 'Bussia' from the North Part of Monforte is Value Neb!
$102
$97ea in any 3+
$92ea in any 6+

Poderi Colla Barolo Bussia ‘Dardi Le Rose’ 2016

The Perfect Follow-Up to Colla's 2016 Rocaglie!
$150
$146ea in any 3+
$142ea in any 6+

Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Colonnello’ Cru Barolo 2013

VINEYARD: “Colonnello” vineyard, in Bussia (Monforte d’Alba). NOTES: the vineyard “Colonnello” is about 40-45 years old and, to maintain it, the vines are replanted from time to time. The main variety of Nebbiolo is Michet and its rootstock is 420 A.
$340
$325ea in any 3+
$310ea in any 6+

Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Cicala’ Cru Barolo 2015

The 2015 Barolo Bussia Cicala is like a little steam train that keeps pushing forward. The wine shows the forward momentum and power of the vintage, imparting ripe and rich primary intensity along the way. This steady and elegant expression of Nebbiolo reveals dried blackberry, tar, licorice, smoke and white truffle. The wine's approach is broad and textured as it rolls over the palate. Some 6,000 bottles were produced. Monica Larner
$352
$337ea in any 3+
$322ea in any 6+

Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Romirasco’ Cru Barolo 2013

The stunning 2013 Barolo Bussia Romirasco represents a stylistic blend between the elegance of Monforte d'Alba and the brooding power of Serralunga d'Alba. These are magnesium-rich soils mixed with limestone and clay. Romirasco is also home to some of the estate's oldest vines at 55-years-old on average. This beautiful wine opens to a dark and rich garnet color that comes from the concentrated fruit produced by these old plants. The bouquet is laced with mineral and iodine-like nuances with rust
$500
$485ea in any 3+
$470ea in any 6+

Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Cicala’ Barolo MAGNUM 2012

Poderi Aldo Conterno is one of the few Great Estates of Barolo. “Like tasting young Romanée-Conti” James Suckling Back in 2005, during my first trip to Italy, I spotted a bottle of Aldo Conterno on the list of fine restaurant in Turin, just to the north of Barolo. As the cork was pulled an insane […]

Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Gran Bussia’ Riserva Barolo 2009

This wine blew me away. The 2009 Barolo Riserva Granbussia is a proud achievement and an expression of rare beauty. This wine will be released this fall, some nine years after the harvest. Only 3,000 bottles were produced. The Granbussia narrative is one of elegance and refinement. The fruit comes from two vineyard parcels in the greater Bussia cru and was co-fermented (instead of being blended after malolactic fermentation). So much fruit was dropped during the summer growing cycle that the har