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2015 Vietti Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco


  • Italy
  • Piedmont
  • Langhe
  • Langhe DOC

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  • jkvedar wrote: 87 points

    January 14, 2020 - I opened, poured and paired with a pasta + vegetable dish. I expect a wine at this price point to be “pop-and-pour” worthy. After dinner, I.e., ~45 minutes, the nose is finally emerging. Tea and flowers, some vanilla mainly on the nose, though it was mute for a long time. Light on the palate. Good balance and good with food. Medium tannins; medium + acidity on the finish. I heard good things about this on a podcast, but will likely not buy again. I’ll put 1/2 bottle back in the cellar and check again tomorrow night.



  • Folkmar commented:

    1/15/20, 4:30 AM - It will definitely have improved. The grapes come from the area of both Barolo and Barbaresco, but is not the finest storting. The wine is aged in oak for 2 years, and can therefore be compared to a barolo which only has to age 18 months in oak. I usually decant it for 2-4 hours before drinking.

  • jkvedar commented:

    1/15/20, 3:30 PM - Fair point and it was better on day 2. I guess if I wanted to decant for 2 hours, I would just open a Barolo��. I had hoped for $25 to get an easy drinking “Tuesday night wine”. I have had some Langhe Nebiolos by the glass at restaurants that seemed more approachable.

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