($285; full south exposition) Moderately saturated red. Superripe aromas of cherry and tobacco, with a whiff of dried flowers. Supple, round and lush but without the lift and cut of the best years. A fleshy, sweet Barolo that finishes with substantial, broad tannins. Voerzio tossed out his La Serra and Rocche 2003 due to fermentation problems ("the yeasts couldn't work through all the sugar," according to Bussolo).Author: Stephen Tanzer
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