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Praeter Langhe Nebbiolo 2018

La Morra Fruit from the Vineyards of Luigi Oddero!
$61
$58ea in any 3+
$55ea in any 6+

Figli Luigi Oddero Langhe Nebbiolo 2017

An excellent introduction to the Nebbiolo's of Luigi Oddero. Beautifully made.
$65
$62ea in any 3+
$59ea in any 6+

Oddero Barolo 2017

A lot to love here. Excellent core of red fruits wrapped with a little darkness, hint of black liquorice, baking spice, chocolate, and black tea. Rich and generous showing La Morra fruit, plenty of energy, the first glass I had showed a bit of grip. Now with a little air time the tannins have softened to a dusty layer showing plenty of quality. The mouthfeel hallmark Poderi Oddero. Beautiful drinking with plenty to come. 2017 is really showing how sophisticated and wise the Barolo growers and
$105
$100ea in any 3+
$95ea in any 6+

Marcarini Barolo ‘La Serra’ 2016

'La Morra is most often a horror zone for me when it comes to Barolo, fine light wines, beefed up with way too much oak. Marcarini is one of the beautiful exceptions to that. So fine, and finely etched. Red fruits, roses, mint, almond, subtle five spice perfume. It’s medium-bodied, fresh and precise, fine brick dust and peppery tannin, quiet succulence of strawberry and other red fruits, spice and liquorice root, long cool finish. So lovely. Energy and charm. Love this wine. And there’s more
$126
$121ea in any 3+
$116ea in any 6+
Seriously Gorgeous Wine

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Bricco Ambrogio’ 2013

Intense aromas of stones, slate, dried strawberries and lemons. Full body, chewy tannins and a powerful finish. Shows great depth and intensity.
$130
$125ea for 3+ $120ea for 6+

Cascina Fontana Barolo 2016

Undoubtedly the best Fontana Barolo Classico I’ve had!
$140
$135ea in any 3+
$130ea in any 6+
A Masterpiece!

Figli Luigi Oddero Barolo 2017

A blend of fruit from 30% La Morra’s Rive, 30% Castiglione Falletto’s Scarrone, & 40% Serralunga’s Baudana & Broglio. Aged in new 75-85HL Gamba botti for 26 months. "Rose, ripe berry, menthol and sunbaked earth aromas come to the forefront. On the full-bodied palate, enveloping, seasoned tannins accompany dried black cherry, star anise and tobacco. Drink 2024–2029." Kerin O'Keefe
$148
$143ea in any 3+
$138ea in any 6+
A Masterpiece!

Figli Luigi Oddero Barolo 2016

14.5%, a blend of fruit from 30% La Morra’s Rive, 30% Castiglione Falletto’s Scarrone, & 40% Serralunga’s Baudana & Broglio. Aged in new 75-85HL Gamba botti for 26 months. The nose has real presence, is highly aromatic with strawberry kirsch and lifted cherry fruits, white stone mineral notes and sandalwood spice. This Barolo is fresh with a capital ‘F’. The palate is vibrant and filled with energy, lots of juicy red fruits and silky, ripe and super-fine for
$150
$145ea in any 3+
$140ea in any 6+
Seriously Gorgeous Wine

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Bricco Ambrogio’ 2015

Intense aromas of stones, slate, dried strawberries and lemons. Full body, chewy tannins and a powerful finish. Shows great depth and intensity.
$151
$146ea for 3+ $141ea for 6+
Velvety, Precise!

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Movigliero’ 2013

Such focused & precise fruit with a lovely ripeness of plums, flowers & light hazelnuts. Full-bodied, velvety & polished. Very pretty finish.
$155
$150ea for 3+ $145ea for 6+
Cannubi + Rocche + Fiasc = ?

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Carobric’ 2013

Very fresh & cream. Full of strawberries and fresh roses. Medium to full body with ultra-fine tannins that are integrated and polished.
$155
$150ea for 3+ $145ea for 6+
Cannubi + Rocche + Fiasc = 👍🏻

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Carobric’ 2015

Blend vs Cru - Who will reign supreme! Personally as long as the taste good I don't care!
$165
$155ea for 3+ $140ea for 6+

Marcarini Barolo ‘Brunate’ 2016

'Tasted alongside the La Serra, which is always interesting. If you want to experience terroir, well, I reckon traditionally made Barolo and Barbaresco provide much better examples than Burgundy does, with their Pinot Noir toolkit of winemaking techniques obfuscating vineyards so often! Anyway, air-freight sample here, so likely arriving in the not too distant future, given the travails of international shipping at present, container shortages, and the like. I’ve been dipping into my 2010s of
$169
$162ea in any 3+
$155ea in any 6+
Cannubi + Rocche + Fiasc = 👍🏻

Paolo Scavino Barolo ‘Carobric’ 2017

Blend vs Cru - Who will reign supreme! Personally as long as the taste good I don't care!
$190
$185ea for 3+ $180ea for 6+

Cesare Bussolo Barolo ‘Fossati’ 2015

There's a beautiful elegance and perfume to the scent & flavours, fruit weight builds on the palate while maintaining a sense of sophistication. Texturally the tannins are fine, building to have impact along the full length of the palate. Great effort from Cesare. There's a purity to the wine and energy about it. Looking forward to see it head into the next phase of its life!
$210
$200ea in any 3+
$190ea in any 6+

Oddero Barolo ‘Brunate’ 2017

Give it the requisite air time & it reveals all!
$265
$255ea in any 3+
$245ea in any 6+