Who Likes This Wine(11)

  1. Robert Pavlovich

    Robert Pavlovich

    686 Tasting Notes

  2. Stevey


    65 Tasting Notes

  3. theriffraph


    16 Tasting Notes


Food Pairing Tags

Community users think this wine goes best with:

Add My Food Pairing Tags

Community Tasting Notes (29) Avg Score: 91.9 points

  • Huge, ripe strawberry purée with some stems apparent on the nose. More feminine in style, lighter in color and elegant fruit concentration. Good acidic back bone, tannins are moderate and forgiving, not nearly as tight or tense as most 2006 Barolo. This bottle was double decanted about five hours before serving, and consumed over 2-3 hours.

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • {tasted blind} Another taster marked this as flawed - too much brett. I got some brett, but I also got some VA - both dissipated with just 5 minutes of swirling. Loved this wine, such a perfumed nose, bright and energetic. The palate is med>full, clearly structured. Then the nose again, herbs, floral, sweet core of red fruits and turned soil notes, just fantastic. A touch of EtOH on the finish suggests waiting at least 5 years before re-tasting. My kind of wine. highly recommended

    1 person found this helpful, do you? Yes - No / Comment

  • -- tasted a single pour blind over approx. 15 minutes --

    NOSE: horse stable & strawberry.

    BODY: brick red color of medium depth; medium bodied.

    TASTE: strawberry; strong brett; gentle oak. Too bretty for me to enjoy.

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • Decanted at restaurant. Deep purple color; blackcurrant nose, somewhat muted. Medium bodied black cherries, medium tannins good structure. Flavors somewhat muted but starting to open up, probably a few years from beginning peak drinking window. I would hold for at least another 2-3 years. If drink now, best to open and air out for 45 min. Good potential.

    Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment

  • As before, this has enchanting and pretty feminine qualities but has a firm backbone on savoury tannin. All the classic, traditional Nebbiolo notes are there and overall the package has softened a little over the last year or so but it is still bit quite where I think it ought to be - maturity promises this wine great things.

    1 person found this helpful, do you? Yes - No / Comment

View all 29 Community Tasting Notes

What Do You Think? Add a Tasting Note

Professional reviews have copyrights and you can view them here for your personal use only as private content. To view pro reviews you must either subscribe to a pre-integrated publication or manually enter reviews below. Learn more.

View From the Cellar


  • By Antonio Galloni
    New Releases from Piedmont (Dec 2010), (See more on Vinous...)

    (G.b. Burlotto Barolo Vigneto Monvigliero) Subscribe to see review text.

NOTE: Some content is property of View From the Cellar and Vinous.

Add a Pro Review Add Your Own Reviews:

Report a problem with the information on this page.

$Where to Buy
powered by