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2004 Produttori del Barbaresco - Barbaresco Riserva Paje Nebbiolo - Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco - Red

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Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco

Red Nebbiolo
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Drink Dates
Comm: 2012-2022 VF: 2012-2024

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 135
Author Tato
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.89%
Tasted On 06/23/2013
Drink Dates 2012-2022

Medium red. Red fruits and lots of licorice. Intense but round. Very different profile than the other Produttori wines, less floral and more herbal. Finishes with a sweet note and melting tannins.

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Author hennlund
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 03/04/2010

Drunk over two days. Straight from the bottle: what an aroma - a veritable fruit bomb, very intense, concentrated and deep fruit - red berries, sweet cherries, "cocktail berries", flowers, a hint of tobacco and wood - elegant and fresh. Fades of a bit after some time in the glass. Palate: Fresh, slim cherry fruit, really tough tannins that covers some of the fruit, but after swallowing the fruit re-emerges and lasts for a long time. After an hour or so in the decanter, the wine was put back in the bottle, corked and put in the fridge. Day two: has changed a lot. The same kind of fruit, stronger again now, but with better "resolution" - roses, rose berries and cherries that seem lighter than last night. Still more emphasis on freshness and elegance. Lovely mouth feel, cherries, some spice, tannins have been rounded off a bit and are not so dominating. Fresh. A long, fruity finish that is just lovely. Not very full bodied, but juicy, elegant and aromatic.

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