Showing plenty of light amber notes to the pale orange red hue. Old school, and not at all oaky, this is a bit reticent at first, becoming civilized at the 2 hour mark. Lacking some depth, richness and character to take it to the next level. Very dry, though the very fine tannins are mostly resolved. Not catching much of a Barolo flavor or aromatic profile here, this has a subdued and vague earthy, red fruited orientation, with a substantial finish. Nothing great, but a very drinkable, mature, stylishly understated, well made wine. gripNsip's note below captures my experience.
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