Fontanafredda Barolo di Serralunga - 92 Points – James Suckling
The color of the wine is ruby red with garnet reflections. The perfume is clean and intense, with hints of vanilla, spices, dried rose and undergrowth. The taste is dry, soft, full, velvety, harmonious, long, and persistent.
Complex, harmonic and aristocratic with silky tannins well integrated in the structure.
Vietti Barolo Castiglione
A bright, expressive version, revealing cherry, raspberry, mineral, tar and tobacco flavors. Deftly balanced, featuring a matrix of dusty tannins, this rides out the lengthy finish, with balsamic notes of juniper, rosemary and tobacco.
Massolino Barolo Parafada Cru - 96 Points – Wine Enthusiast
This gorgeous red opens with classic aromas of forest floor, wild berry, crushed herb, blue flower and a whiff of menthol. It’s all about structure and finesse, delivering succulent Marasca cherry, raspberry compote, licorice, baking spice and crushed mint flavors.
Caprili Brunello di Montalcino – 96 Points, Wine Enthusiast
bouquet opens to bright red fruit, cola, chopped mint and blue flower. There is a lot of beautiful energy on hand. The wine is smooth and silky, giving it both near and long-term appeal,
Terralsole Brunello Di Montalcino - 94 Points Wine Enthusiast
Underbrush, grilled herb, new leather and spiced plum aromas lead the nose of this chewy Brunello. Firm and full bodied with fine grained tannins.
Argiano Brunello di Montalcino
This wine is distinguished by its elegance and its deep ruby red color. It presents a good concentration on the mid-palate and a persistent aftertaste, with a rounded and voluptuous body, and interesting, silky tannins.
Uccelliera Brunello di Montalcino - 97 Points – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Dried currant and cherry cede to moist earth, rose petal and balsam herb. The wine’s medium-weight body is supported by fresh acidity and well-managed tannins (with 36 months of oak aging). All of these moving pieces work in harmony.