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  • { #TasteAltoPiemonte } Brilliant effort at this point, but the serious structure here is keeping this one pretty coiled at the moment. Open this as a PnP, you might well hate it; give this at least 4-5 years of rest in the cellar. Classic color, aromas and flavors in this Nebbiolo blend; it's all here, just needs time for more harmony to emerge with further integration. 2021-2035. recommended+

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  • You'll find scents of red berry, chopped herb, clove and a balsamic note on this fragrant Nebbiolo, Vespolina and Croatina blend. The luminous palate delivers ripe cherry, juicy strawberry, white pepper, and menthol underscored by a mineral vein. It's elegant and intense but still austere at this stage, with a firm tannic backbone. Drink 2018–2031.

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    Nebbiolo’s Northern Lights: Alto Piemonte & Valtellina (Apr 2016), 4/1/2016, (See more on Vinous...)

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