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2006 Produttori del Barbaresco - Barbaresco Nebbiolo - Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco - Red

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Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco

Red Nebbiolo
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VF: 2014-2026 VF: 2014-2026

Author Patrick
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 96.269%
Tasted On 06/10/2011

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Author hennlund
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 11/05/2010

I first tasted this when it was released i Norway some 6 months ago, and was not overly impressed. I ame beginning to change my mind now. Decanted for a couple of hours. The nose is in no way opulent and intrusive - it's rather witheld and "siviliced", rather soft and moderate. But it is so elegant, and so Barbaresco, and so lovely. On the palate it gives the same impression - elegant, refined, medium bodied, lovely acids. But the finish is a tannic shock that lasts on for a good while. The lot that this bottle comes from, contains 25% riserva grape material. This is going to be very, very good!

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