Cellar/Tasting Notes "The 2006 Barolo Riserva Vignolo literally sparkles on the palate with layers of brilliant dark red fruit, flowers, mint and spices. It shows striking inner sweetness and perfume, with big yet well-integrated tannins and breathtaking balance. This is a great 2006 Barolo in the making. The tannins..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Smoke, incense, tar and licorice meld into layers of dark red fruit in the 2009 Barbaresco Bernardot. I especially like the vibrancy and energy here, two qualities that are hard to find in 2009. There is a centeredness and intensity of fruit that is hugely appealing. At the same time the Bernardot..
Cellar/Tasting Notes From a single vineyard of Chardonnay with a touch of Sauvignon Blanc, from different plots, for extra fruit. A complex wine that delivers citrus, hints of flowers, and honey, wrapped in an elegant body and refined acidity.
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Delicate aromas of tar and roses with hints of cherries. Full body, with silky tannins and a delicate berry, cocoa and dried mushroom character. It's very silky and fresh"
Cellar/Tasting Notes "The 2007 Barolo Pajana is a showstopper. Waves of intense, beautifully delineated fruit flow onto the palate as the wine opens up in the glass. Sumptuous and elegant through and through, the Pajana shows marvelous delineation and clean, minerally notes that underpin the opulence of the fruit. This..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Intense aromas of blackberries, cherries and vanilla aromas with hints of fresh mushrooms. Full-bodied, with velvety tannins and a beautifully balanced palate of ripe fruit and cedar. Best after 2007. "
Cellar/Tasting Notes "The 2006 Barolo Riserva Bricco Boschis Vigna San Giuseppe is a cool, inward wine. It boasts striking power and masses of fruit in an implosive style that will require many years to show at its best. The 2006 is all about sheer energy, power and muscle. Layers of fruit begin to flesh out on the..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "The 2006 Barbaresco Montefico is another dazzling Barbaresco from Roagna. The Montefico is naturally deeper and richer than Asili. It shows tons of depth and intensity and sheer muscle in a virile style that is typical of this vineyard. Mint, flowers and crushed rocks wrap around a firm finish..