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  1. G.D. Vajra Barolo Bricco delle Viole 2014
    VM96
    $79.98
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    96 Points! The 2014 Barolo Bricco delle Viole is positively stunning. There are many things about this wine that are super-impressive, but what stands out most is how soft and silky the tannins are. Because of that, the 2014 is much more approachable than it usually is, and yet also conveys the feeling of translucence that is such a signature of this site and wine. I am not sure I have ever tasted a young Bricco delle Viole with this much purity of fruit. The 2014 is total class. Don't miss it. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media Learn More
  2. Vietti Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco 2016
    WA93
    $24.98
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    93 Points! Luca Currado likes to remind me that this wine could qualify as a full-fledged Barolo. Barrels not used in the final Barolo Castiglione blend are used to make the 2016 Langhe Nebbiolo Perbacco. In fact, its very name “Perbacco” translates into a somewhat corny “golly gosh” because that was the reaction Luca’s mom had when she first tasted the wine and was told it was not a Barolo. “Perbacco, it tastes like Barolo,” was her comment—and a legend was born. The Vietti family, along with Bartolo Mascarello and Dott G Cappellano back in the day, had battled for some variation of a Rosso di Barolo in the appellation laws. That never happened, but Langhe Nebbiolo is a concept that follows that same idea: you get great Nebbiolo quality at a fraction of the price. Today, Langhe Nebbiolo is one of the fastest-growing categories in the entire wine region. This beautiful vintage, with its balanced fruit and freshness, is a perfect example. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
  3. Falletto di Bruno Giacosa Barolo Vigna Le Rocche 2015
    JS100
    $199.98
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    100 Points! I am lost for words with this wine. Perfumed and so elegant with the most exquisite aromas of roses, plums and earth. Yet always subtle and complex. Full body and ultra fine, firm tannins. Fantastic finish that lasts for minutes. Try in 2026. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  4. Schiavenza Barolo Serralunga d'Alba 2015
    JS93
    $39.98
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    93 Points! Some savory aromas here with warm stones, iron, coal smoke and darker cherry notes. The palate is concentrated and carries sweetly spiced black-cherry and plum flavors in attractively juicy form. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  5. Voerzio Martini Barolo 2015
    JS95
    $39.98
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    95 Points! This is big and powerful with lots of chewy tannins and intense fruit. Smoky wood comes out, too. Full body. Loads of flavor on the finish. Goes on for minutes. Needs a lot of time to mellow. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  6. Nervi Conterno Il Rosato Piedmont 2018
    VM91
    $22.98
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    91 Points! Luminous pink. Reticent nose of white flowers and herbs, plus a whiplash of red berry juiciness. Round, rich and tactile, with good juicy cut that extends the flavors on the long finish. The bottle carries both the Nervi and Conterno names (Nervi was recently acquired by the Giacomo Conterno estate). Nebbiolo. - Ian D'Agata, Vinous Media Learn More
  7. Burlotto Barolo Cannubi 2015
    VM97
    $149.98
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    97 Points! The 2015 Barolo Cannubi is another dizzying wine from Burlotto. A rush of dark cherry, plum, hard candy licorice, violet and spice all hit the palate. Powerful and vertical in the glass, the Cannubi simply has it all. I would give the 2015 a good bit of time to shed some of its considerable baby fat. Powerful, dense and packed, the Cannubi is not as showy or seductive as the Monvigliero, but it has so much to offer, especially with a bit of bottle age. What a magnificent wine it is! - Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media Learn More
  8. La Spinetta Barbaresco Vigna Bordini 2016
    WA92
    $49.98
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    92 Points! This Barbaresco is of a thicker and darker concentration than the others within this set of new releases, with ripe cherry fruit and dark berries that lift immediately from the glass. But the 2016 Barbaresco Vigneto Bordini is thinner and less consequential in the mouth than I had expected from the appearance. This is a very linear and streamlined approach that could accompany a tenderloin carpaccio with arugula, shaved Parmesan and extra virgin olive oil. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
  9. Silvio Grasso Barolo 2015
    JS93
    $29.98
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    93 Points! Attractive, fragrant roses, wild raspberries and red cherries here, with immediately appealing freshness. Leafy nuances. The palate arrives with good clarity of succulent red-cherry and raspberry flavors and fine yet firm tannins. Nice balance. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  10. Cordero di Montezemolo Barolo Enrico VI 2015
    JS97
    WA96
    VM93+
    $89.98
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    97 Points! Coal dust and graphite with some very attractive, sweetly ripe plums and cherries. Tarry accents, too. The juicy tannins are captivating, drawing fresh and zesty red-fruit flavors in long, upbeat fashion. Launches long and holds in succulent, impressive form. Drink this from 2022. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  11. Paitin Barbaresco Sori Paitin 2015
    WS95
    $44.98
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    Sweet cherry and strawberry fruit is framed by earth, eucalyptus, tobacco and tar notes in this rich yet firm red. The assertive tannins suggest a glacial evolution but the lasting impression of fruit shows this wine's potential. - Wine Spectator Learn More
  12. Matteo Correggia Roero Rosso 2016
    $19.98
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    This was one of our favorite under-the-radar labels from back in the 90s when Corregia was part of the ‘new school’ Italian troupe under the Marco di Grazia banner. Corregia’s wines always had an engaging warmth and suppleness supported by ample dark fruits, gentle acidity and ripe tannins. He was thrust into winemaking at an early age when his father passed away in the ’80s, and he himself was killed in a vineyard accident in 2001. In between, he decided to bottle his own wine and developed a very captivating, generous style that won a lot of friends. Learn More
  13. Rocche Costamagna Barolo Rocche dell'Annunziata 2015
    JS96
    $36.98
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    96 Points!  Deliciously spiced red-cherry, blueberry, pink-grapefruit and pomegranate aromas with very attractive complexity already on release. The palate delivers a superb array of finely detailed tannins and impeccably concentrated red cherries that have pitch-perfect ripeness. This is impressive. Try from 2023. - James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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  14. Mauro Veglio Barolo 2015
    JS93
    $31.98
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    93 Points!  The nose is swathed in ripe red cherries and berries with attractive vanillin and cedary oak influence. The palate has a smoothly succulent thread of fine, fresh tannins that carry raspberries and ripe red cherries. Approachable now. - JamesSuckling.com
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  15. Cordero di Montezemolo Barolo Monfalletto 2015
    JS94
    WA93
    $39.98
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    94 Points! Aromas of walnuts, dried strawberries, vanilla and cedar lead to a palate that has a smooth core of sweet red-plum and cherry flavors. This will fill out nicely in the next few years, around a core of really fresh and vibrant red fruit. - JamesSuckling.com
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  16. Elio Grasso Barolo Gavarini Chiniera 2015
    JS98
    WA96
    VM97
    $79.98
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    98 Points!  Extremely perfumed, showing lots of rose, lavender and dark-berry character. Full body with intense density and chewiness that gives the wine great structure. Lots of flavor and focus at the finish. Needs five to six years to finish. - JamesSuckling.com
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  17. Elio Grasso Barolo Ginestra Casa Mate 2015
    JS96
    WA97
    VM96
    $79.98
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    97 Points! There is slightly more structure to the 2015 Barolo Ginestra Casa Maté than to the Gavarini Chiniera of the same vintage, and the only differences here are the soils and that this fruit is harvested about ten days later. It's a pretty fascinating demonstration of the power of the single vineyard. The Gavarini Chiniera parcel offers slightly sandier soils, whereas this site is composed of more clay. In rainy years, the Gavarini Chiniera vineyard drains more effectively, whereas the Ginestra's soil retains more moisture in the hot and dry vintages. As a result, in vintages such as this one, Ginestra shows a more compact nature and, in general, provides more impact and more structure. This is a very robust expression, extremely linear and tight. The Ginestra Casa Maté narrowly wins this round. It's another beautiful Barolo. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
  18. Vietti Barolo Ravera 2015
    JS95
    WA96
    VM95
    $179.98
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    96 Points! Starting off a bit shy and closed at first, the 2015 Barolo Ravera showed noticeably better in the sample that had been opened a few hours prior to my arrival at the winery for my annual visit. This makes perfect sense as Vietti’s wines are intentionally slow at first but are built to endure the long haul. From the Novello township, this vineyard site is recognized for it power, structure and the uniquely broad approach it shows to the palate. There is a larger span of black fruit at its core. The positioning of the Ravera cru means it is open to the elements and the cold air from the Alps, and the wines result in freshness and mineral character as well. Luca Currado describes a salty, anchovy-like aroma that does indeed appear. Otherwise, this wine shows tightly polished and glossy tannins. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
  19. Vietti Barolo Brunate 2015
    JS95
    WA95
    VM93
    $179.98
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    95 Points! This is an explosive and absolutely exuberant expression of Nebbiolo from a vineyard site in La Morra near M. Marengo’s property. Vietti farms two parcels here, a higher side of the vineyard and a lower one (near Damilano and Ceretto). These lower parts of Brunate perform very nicely in the cooler vintages. Instead, this warm vintage expression puts a lot of its fruit depth and personality upfront in a confident and no-fuss manner. You absolutely know what you are getting here, even at the first sniff of the bouquet. The wine proceeds to open and blossom before your nose, offering dark fruit, rose, spice and a very linear mineral tone at the back. That linear flinty note is just terrific. - Monica Larner, robertparker.com Learn More
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