Poderi Aldo Conterno ‘Romirasco’ Cru Barolo 2013

$400ea in any 3+, $385ea in any 6+

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Why is this Wine so Yummy?


Counted by Giacomo Conterno as their most important vineyards. Known for distinct spice and complex soil types. The oldest vines of the estate rest in this vineyards. Romirasco perhaps the most ageable in Giacomo’s opinion.

VINEYARD: “Romirasco” vineyard, in Bussia (Monforte d’Alba)
NOTES: the vineyard “Romirasco” is about 50-55 years old and the vines are replanted from time to time. The main variety of Nebbiolo is Lampia and its rootstock is Rupestris du Lot.

98 Points

Beautiful dark fruits of crushed raspberries and blueberries plus hints of champignon mushrooms and black truffles. Lavender undertones. Full and chewy with lots of tannins. Old vines give this a mossy, bark-like undertone. Needs five to six years to come around.

James Suckling

97 Points

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 and iron. It comes across as rich and intense and the mouthfeel is slightly softer, but denser overall. The wine ends with long balsam tones of rosemary and dried ginger.

Monica Larner, Wine Advocate

Where in the world does the magic happen?

Poderi Aldo Conterno





Monforte d'Alba