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2004 Armando Parusso - Barolo Mariondino Nebbiolo - Italy - Piedmont - Barolo - Monforte - Red

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Italy - Piedmont - Barolo - Monforte

Red Nebbiolo
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VF: 2014-2018 VF: 2014-2029

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 135
Author Bernadette
Site / Blog darlingville Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 06/17/2011

There is a very distinct "ripe peach" aroma on the nose! Mouth-watering and luscious, nice balance with velvety tannins, and a smooth finish. Very unexpected for a Barolo - in a blind tasting, no one guessed that's what it was.

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I love Italian food, but I know absolutely nothing about Italian wine.  (My personal cellar is over 50% French, with an affinity for pinot noir, champagne, Cremant d'Alsace, and white Burgundies.)  Aside from the...

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