2014 Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco


  • Italy
  • Piedmont
  • Langhe
  • Barbaresco

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  • Breaktheory Likes this wine: 88 points

    January 16, 2018 - I think I’m giving up on buying young barbaresco and barolos - not a bad wine but clearly needs another 5 years before beginning to show potential - leather plum menthol licorice and dark berries but all overwhelmed by tannins that need a few years to integrate - it opened up after about 3 hours to something more flavorful but not something I would buy again - I think a Nebbiolo younger than 10 years is just something I won’t be buying again



  • ex-sommelier commented:

    1/16/18, 9:27 AM - Hard to find reasonably priced aged nebbiolo out there, honestly its one of the reasons I started collecting wine, just so eventually I'd have a good stock of stuff like this

  • thesternowl commented:

    1/16/18, 2:55 PM - ex-somm nailed it there. That being said, I will submit that buying habits change at later stages in life when it no longer makes sense to wait another 10 years for a wine to come around if you won't be around yourself to enjoy it! If that's the case, drink Roero!

  • Justin S commented:

    1/19/18, 11:23 PM - If you want to drink young Nebbiolo, find a Langhe DOC level wine. Just had a 2014 Nebbiolo D'Alba, it's designed for drinking now, though will still keep. These kind of wines are less tannic and undergo less barrel aging. Less maceration. Of course less potential too.

  • thesternowl commented:

    1/22/18, 10:09 AM - or what Vantagesc said

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