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  • libero says:

    9/18/2022 9:55:00 AM - CarpeDiem, thank you for your comments on Italian wine. My issue is, I am 84 and can't wait another 15 to 20 years to drink a good Barolo. I do love Nero D'Avola from Sicily and Primitivo (in USA called Znfandel) . Cheers !!!

  • FEDEVIDAL says:

    9/18/2022 8:56:00 AM - Muchas gracias, un cordial saludo

  • CarpeDiem! says:

    3/30/2021 10:59:00 AM - Hi libero, good to share a passion for wines. If you don't like the acidity of Italian wines give them time. Particularly Piemonte (Barolo, Barbaresco, Alba) and Umbria (Montefalco) wines would surpise you after the time they need - typically 15-20 years for the former, 10-15 for the latter. The charming and increasingly complex wines in the south (Primitivo, Nero d'Avola etc) can provide pleasure well before.

  • Lype says:

    4/29/2020 11:32:00 AM - Thank you for your support and take care.

  • bestdamncab says:

    4/26/2020 9:59:00 PM - Thanks for becoming a Fan of my tasting notes, enjoy, stay safe.

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