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2012 Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo Tre Tine Nebbiolo
Visit to Giuseppe Rinaldi with Marta Rinaldi (Barolo, Piemonte): A blend of 60% Ravera, 20% Cannubi (San Lorenzo) and 20% Le Coste. This is a superb, elegant Barolo. A light ruby colour. A perfumed, floral, complex, beautiful bouquet. A refined and very precise wine on palate. Fresh with lovely acidity. Ethereal and finessed. You could mistake this wine for being delicate but there is some power and tannins (albeit spherical and ultra-fine grained ones) under the surface. Despite this profile, I'd imagine the Tre Tine should really be cellared for 8-10+ years. However, it is a dangerously tempting wine to open in the first year or two, if you have a spare bottle.
  • Vertigo commented:

    8/31/16, 4:21 AM - Did you have a chance to try the 2013 Tre Tine on your trip to Piedmont? And for that matter did you try the Brunate 2012?

  • Vertigo commented:

    8/31/16, 9:27 AM - Thanks

2013 Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo Brunate Nebbiolo
Visit to Giuseppe Rinaldi with Marta Rinaldi (Barolo, Piemonte): To be released in April 2017. From the barrel. A darker, deeper colour. A serious bouquet, closed and austere. Dark and a little earthy with a little balsamico. On palate, a satiny texture. Seamless, suave tannins. Dense, weighty black fruit, with serious grip on the back palate. This is what Barolo is all about. A superb, classic Barolo to cellar.
  • Vertigo commented:

    7/27/16, 5:11 AM - Thanks for your TN. How would you describe 2013 versus 2011 and 2012? I heard pretty good things about 2013.

2011 Martin Müllen Trarbacher Hühnerberg Riesling Spätlese * trocken "Alt und Jung" Mosel Saar Ruwer
6/14/2015 - Vertigo wrote:
88 points
This bottle was nothing compared to my last bottle which was a great positive surprise. This time the wine was very powerful but more one-dimensional. Bottle variation???
  • Vertigo commented:

    10/6/15, 8:32 AM - I do not have a very extensive experience with Martin Müllen but I read about bottle variation before. However, one remark I read was that it got better after some technical upgrade in his cellar a few years ago. I will keep trying...

2006 Cascina Bruciata Barbaresco Riserva Rio Sordo Nebbiolo
4/20/2015 - Vertigo wrote:
92 points
Lighter Red. It was initially a bit restrained on the nose but opened up after some time in the glass. Very smooth (again) with sour cherry and the first sins of some tertiary aromas (in a very pleasant way). Ready to drink. Unfortunately I only have one bottle left.
  • Vertigo commented:

    4/20/15, 5:51 AM - I got it directly from the winery. If I remember correctly I paid 25 EUR/bottle. Very nice people by the way.

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