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A rare opportunity to try two wines from a maker at the top of his game across two vintages that resulted in two delicious wines.
The 2014 Perbacco, Vietti's Langhe Nebbiolo is absolutely delicious, a more classical rendition of Nebbiolo than the bold 2013.
Like 2012, 2015 holds a sentimental spot in my heart, the year our 2nd daughter was born. 2015 Barbera's make me almost as happy as she does!
A vibrant but layered example, packed full of blueberry and plum, roasted almond aromas and flavours and a punchy, savoury close.
This has to rate as one of the best value Neb's on the market!
The last bottle of this I had was a 2013 to start a Vietti Barolo session including Riservas from 1997 and 1982. It was one of the wines of the night.
Every so often a vintage comes along that is deserved of the hype. The Vietti 2013's are stunners!
Show the class of the vineyards and the winemakers! Right now I prefer it to the 2013!
2012 holds a sentimental spot in my heart, the year our first daughter was born. As if by design the 2012 Barolo's are beautiful wines.
As always, delicious, layered, complex, harmonious, wine with personality.
Very fresh & cream. Full of strawberries and fresh roses. Medium to full body with ultra-fine tannins that are integrated and polished.
Parussi has an almost inky density of fruit on nose and palate, longer more even tannins, more typical of Castiglione Falleto.
Focused, pure, without interference of oak, complex, considered élévage. Wine of great expression and vibrancy.
The wine stands out for the singular elegance it possesses, especially in terms of mouthfeel!
Cavallotto's Riserva 'Vignolo' is such a delicious wine, poised, fragrant, such incredible layers of flavour & the rare seamless harmony only the greats seem to manage.
This is one of the benchmark traditional Barolo's. from one of the great years!