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 CAVALLOTTO 08 BOSCHIS BAROLO
CAVALLOTTO 2008 BAROLO "BRICCO BOSCHIS"
Item: #302712
Bottle Size:750ML WS:92
$56.98
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 SCAVINO 10  MONVIGLIERO BAROL
PAOLO SCAVINO 2010 "MONVIGLIERO" BAROLO
Item: #303369
Bottle Size:750ml
$59.95
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ANTONIO GALLONI 95+ POINTS - "A round, supple Barolo, the 2010 Barolo Monvigliero is beautifully expressive. Today the Monvigliero is incredibly Read More...
primary and intense, especially in its fruit, while the typical Monvigliero notes aren't fully developed. The 2010 is going to need some time to come together, but it is a beauty. With time in the glass some of the more floral and savory notes that are typical of this site begin to emerge, but only with great reluctance. Today the Monvigliero impresses for its texture, silkiness and exceptional overall balance."
AGOSTINO 10 "LA SERRA" BAROLO
BOSCO AGOSTINO 2010 "LA SERRA" BAROLO
Item: #382058
Bottle Size:750ml
$67.98
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#18 on James Suckling's Top 50 Barolo 2010
JAMES SUCKLING 95 POINTS - "The perfumes to this wine are amazing Read More...
with blueberry, cherry and raspberry character. Full body, with chewy tannins and a long and flavorful finish. A juicy and rich wine. Better in 2017."

Andrea Bosco, along with his father (Agostino) and mother (Carla), represent the quintessential family run and operated Piemontese winery. Long recognized by European critics, especially Decantur, as a “rising star”, Andrea’s wine making skills continue to reach new heights and new accolades here in the US.

La Serra is located in the heart of the bowl that lies below the town of La Morra and like most wines of La Morra is known for producing lighter styles of Barolo. However, though one would not confuse Andrea’s wines with the powerful, tannic monsters of, say, Serra Lunga, they are not as light in style as many other wines produced from La Serra. Part of this might be attributable to fact that his vineyard encompasses the first rows above the more powerful cru of “Brunate.” So while the label reads “La Serra”, there is definitely a presence of “Brunate” in the wines.

In the past, Andrea has experimented using new small oak barrels not because he was interested in “chasing points” or creating a style of wine for a particular palate, but because he was interested in producing the best wine possible from his land. Beginning with the 2008 vintage, he, shall we say, “got it right.” The wines no longer see any aging in small barrels, instead they spend 24 months in large, neutral oak barrels of 1,200 liters (Botte Grande). You won’t find any oak on the nose or on the palate – just pure, unadulterated nebbiolo aromas of dried strawberries, white roses and tar.
AGOSTINO 10 "NEIRANE" BAROLO
BOSCO AGOSTINO 2010 "NEIRANE" BAROLO
Item: #382061
Bottle Size:750ml
$54.98
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#5 on James Suckling's Top 50 Barolo 2010
JAMES SUCKLING 96 POINTS - "What gorgeous aromas of sliced strawberries Read More...
and flowers. Full body, with silky tannins and a fabulous intensity. Such incredible depth and length. Best ever from here. A small producer you should know. Better in 2016."

Andrea Bosco, along with his father (Agostino) and mother (Carla), represent the quintessential family run and operated Piemontese winery. Long recognized by European critics, especially Decantur, as a “rising star”, Andrea’s wine making skills continue to reach new heights and new accolades here in the US.

Andrea has two crus from which he produces two very traditional Barolos. The first is in Verduno, where like the wines of Brangero, one is immediately struck by the aromatics of the wine. The Cru, Neirane, lies just beyond La Morra and from the soil rich in Marne, it producers a super fine, super elegant wine. The second Cru needs little introduction – La Serra.

In the past, Andrea has experimented using new small oak barrels not because he was interested in “chasing points” or creating a style of wine for a particular palate, but because he was interested in producing the best wine possible from his land. Beginning with the 2008 vintage, he, shall we say, “got it right.” The wines no longer see any aging in small barrels, instead they spend 24 months in large, neutral oak barrels of 1,200 liters (Botte Grande). You won’t find any oak on the nose or on the palate – just pure, unadulterated nebbiolo aromas of dried strawberries, white roses and tar.
ALDO CONTERNO 08 BAROLO
ALDO CONTERNO 2008 BAROLO
Item: #302008
Bottle Size:750ml
$49.99
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ANTONIO GALLONI 93 POINTS - "The 2008 Barolo is a beautiful wine. Super expressive, knock-out aromatics lead to expressive layers of fruit. The Read More...
2008 shows gorgeous richness and depth within the context of the year. Tar, smoke, licorice and crushed rocks wrap around the finish. This is a striking, elegant Barolo from Aldo Conterno."

"My tasting at Aldo Conterno was one of the highlights of my recent trip to Piemonte. The 2008s are super-classic wines that will thrill Barolo lovers." Antonio Galloni

ALDO CONTERNO 10 BAROLO BUSSIA
ALDO CONTERNO 2010 BAROLO BUSSIA
PRE-ARRIVAL OCTOBER
Item: #303990
Bottle Size:750ml
$71.99
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ANTONIO GALLONI 93+ POINTS - “The 2010 Barolo Bussia is gorgeous and super-classic in every way. Dark red cherry, plum, spice, new leather and tobacco Read More...
are some of the many notes that take shape in the glass. The 2010 is a beautiful version of the Bussia, with less of the approachability of some previous vintages, but tons of potential for the future. There is a lot to look forward to here. This is one of the best versions of the Bussia I can remember tasting. The 2010 stands out for its precision and crystalline purity. Readers looking for a great 2010 Barolo that won’t kill the budget should check out the 2010 Bussia. 2020 – 2035”

We are excited to be able to offer our Barolo lovers access to the exquisite wines of Aldo Conterno on a pre-sale basis. This wine is excepted to arrive in October of 2014

The Conterno family has been making wine since the 1700’s and Aldo Conterno is regarded as one of the greatest producers of Piedmont. As a young man, Aldo worked with his brother, Giovanni before striking out on his own in 1969. He developed a reputation as an innovator with a focus on quality and attention to detail and passed this dynamism on to his three sons who now run the business.

Aldo’s small property on the hill of Bussia in Monforte D’Alba has grown into a marvelous 25 hectare estate. The Aldo Conterno Barolo’s are intense and concentrated examples of perfectly ripened Nebbiolo grapes from superior terroirs, grown at a gentle altitude that allows for optimum finesse. The three top ‘Crus’ on the famed Bussia slope produce the three flagship Barolos of the estate.

ALL the wines in the line-up are wonderful examples of quality Barolo made in an excellent vintage. In fact, 2010 is widely regarded as perhaps the greatest vintage in Piedmont in two decades! The wines have plenty of structure, will benefit from cellaring and are highly collectible. Although relatively young at this point, the balance, concentration and length offer a preview of even greater things to come for those who are patient.
ALDO CONTERNO 10 CICALA BAROLO
$129.99
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ANTONIO GALLONI 97 POINTS - “Conterno’s 2010 Barolo Cicala boasts razor-sharp minerality and acidity in support of the beautifully delineated, resonant fruit. Read More...
Rose petals, tar, licorice, dark cherries and tobacco are some of the many nuances that burst from the glass in an exotic, intense Barolo loaded with class and personality. The Cicala is going to require considerable patience, but it is a stunner. Vivid and alive through to the finish, the Cicala is easily one of the wines of this great Barolo vintage. 2025 – 2040”

We are excited to be able to offer our Barolo lovers access to the exquisite wines of Aldo Conterno on a pre-sale basis. This wine is excepted to arrive in October of 2014.

The Conterno family has been making wine since the 1700’s and Aldo Conterno is regarded as one of the greatest producers of Piedmont. As a young man, Aldo worked with his brother, Giovanni before striking out on his own in 1969. He developed a reputation as an innovator with a focus on quality and attention to detail and passed this dynamism on to his three sons who now run the business.

Aldo’s small property on the hill of Bussia in Monforte D’Alba has grown into a marvelous 25 hectare estate. The Aldo Conterno Barolo’s are intense and concentrated examples of perfectly ripened Nebbiolo grapes from superior terroirs, grown at a gentle altitude that allows for optimum finesse. The three top ‘Crus’ on the famed Bussia slope produce the three flagship Barolos of the estate.

ALL the wines in the line-up are wonderful examples of quality Barolo made in an excellent vintage. In fact, 2010 is widely regarded as perhaps the greatest vintage in Piedmont in two decades! The wines have plenty of structure, will benefit from cellaring and are highly collectible. Although relatively young at this point, the balance, concentration and length offer a preview of even greater things to come for those who are patient.
ALDO CONTERNO 10 COLONELLO
$129.99
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ANTONIO GALLONI 95 POINTS - “The most open of the 2010s, the 2010 Colonnello has a wonderful immediacy to it. Dark cherry, plum, cloves, new leather, Read More...
menthol and a hint of oak. Firm yet well-integrated tannins provide the backbone for a core of explosive fruit in this racy, extroverted wine. The Colonnello marries the round, supple personality of this site with the classic sense of structure and tannin of the year. If I were going to open any of Conterno’s 2010s before age ten it would be the Colonnello, but even then I would try to hold off. Quite simply, this is one of the very best Colonnellos in recent memory. 2020 – 2030”

JAMES SUCKLING 95 POINTS - "A fabulous nose of minerals, fresh roses, dark fruits. This is full bodied with a powerful structure of gorgeous subtle fruit and polished tannins. Great wine for 2010. Better in 2017."

We are excited to be able to offer our Barolo lovers access to the exquisite wines of Aldo Conterno on a pre-sale basis. This wine is excepted to arrive in October of 2014.

The Conterno family has been making wine since the 1700’s and Aldo Conterno is regarded as one of the greatest producers of Piedmont. As a young man, Aldo worked with his brother, Giovanni before striking out on his own in 1969. He developed a reputation as an innovator with a focus on quality and attention to detail and passed this dynamism on to his three sons who now run the business.

Aldo’s small property on the hill of Bussia in Monforte D’Alba has grown into a marvelous 25 hectare estate. The Aldo Conterno Barolo’s are intense and concentrated examples of perfectly ripened Nebbiolo grapes from superior terroirs, grown at a gentle altitude that allows for optimum finesse. The three top ‘Crus’ on the famed Bussia slope produce the three flagship Barolos of the estate.

ALL the wines in the line-up are wonderful examples of quality Barolo made in an excellent vintage. In fact, 2010 is widely regarded as perhaps the greatest vintage in Piedmont in two decades! The wines have plenty of structure, will benefit from cellaring and are highly collectible. Although relatively young at this point, the balance, concentration and length offer a preview of even greater things to come for those who are patient.
ALDO CONTERNO 10 ROMIRASCO
$178.95
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ANTONIO GALLONI 96+ POINTS - “The 2010 Barolo Romirasco stands out for its pure texture and balance. Today the 2010 is a bit compact, but that is not Read More...
at all surprising given its underlying structure and very recent bottling. Those two factors considered, the 2010 Romirasco is a wine with tremendous future. The style is a little more sensual and less severe than the Cicala, with generally softer contours, all which should give it a slight upper hand in terms of accessibility 2025 – 2040”

JAMES SUCKLING 99 POINTS - "This is a big and powerful wine with incredible depth and power. Full body, with fabulous texture. It lasts for minutes on the finish. It shows dark fruits, hazelnut, chocolate and minerals. This is a monopole vineyard of 3.8 hectares. One of the wines of the vintage. So energetic and tangy. All in the finish. Better in 2018."

We are excited to be able to offer our Barolo lovers access to the exquisite wines of Aldo Conterno on a pre-sale basis. This wine is excepted to arrive in October of 2014.

The Conterno family has been making wine since the 1700’s and Aldo Conterno is regarded as one of the greatest producers of Piedmont. As a young man, Aldo worked with his brother, Giovanni before striking out on his own in 1969. He developed a reputation as an innovator with a focus on quality and attention to detail and passed this dynamism on to his three sons who now run the business.

Aldo’s small property on the hill of Bussia in Monforte D’Alba has grown into a marvelous 25 hectare estate. The Aldo Conterno Barolo’s are intense and concentrated examples of perfectly ripened Nebbiolo grapes from superior terroirs, grown at a gentle altitude that allows for optimum finesse. The three top ‘Crus’ on the famed Bussia slope produce the three flagship Barolos of the estate.

ALL the wines in the line-up are wonderful examples of quality Barolo made in an excellent vintage. In fact, 2010 is widely regarded as perhaps the greatest vintage in Piedmont in two decades! The wines have plenty of structure, will benefit from cellaring and are highly collectible. Although relatively young at this point, the balance, concentration and length offer a preview of even greater things to come for those who are patient.
ALTARE 10 BAROLO
ALTARE 2010 BAROLO
Item: #302392
Bottle Size:750ml
$66.98
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BAROLO 04 CAVALLOTTO RIS SAN G
$99.98
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A very humble Alfio Cavallotto produces Barolos that are certainly among the top tier of his contemporaries and this 2004 is simply stunning. It possesses all of the terroir and Read More...
finesse of Castiglione Falletto yet it’s endowed with exceptional weight and structure. Like the Cascina Francia, this one’s for the cellar at the moment as it’s in hibernation. Put this one away and expect to be wowed in the future. A tour de force Barolo!

WINE ADVOCATE 96 POINTS - "The 2004 Barolo Riserva Bricco Boschis Vigna San Giuseppe comes across as decidedly powerful and broad-shouldered next to the Vignolo. A wall of massive tannins makes it hard to see through to the wine’s potential but with air the multiple dimensions of its personality begin to open up. Dark fruit, tar, mint, pine and a host of other spiced, balsamic aromas and flavors make an appearance on the large-scaled, dramatic finish. The 2004 San Giuseppe is an utterly mind-blowing, dramatic Barolo from Cavallotto. Anticipated maturity: 2019-2034."
BAROLO 04 EINAUDI
EINAUDI 2004 BAROLO
Item: #301848
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:91
$57.98
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ROBERT PARKER 91 POINTS - " Like the 2003, Einaudi’s 2004 Barolo is another superb effort at this level. It offers gorgeous aromatics and well articulated Read More...
fruit on a medium-bodied frame of notable elegance. This bottling is made from the less well-exposed parcels of the Via Nuova vineyard and was the only Barolo that was in bottle at the time of my November visit. The wine spent 16 months in barrique (40-50% new) followed by 15 months in 25 hectoliter casks. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2019. Consulting oenologist Beppe Caviola has been instrumental in ratcheting up the quality at this historic property. I can’t think of too many estates that have made such significant strides in just the last few years."
BAROLO 04 SCHIAVENZA RISERVA
SCHIAVENZA 2004 BAROLO RISERVA "BROGLIO"
Item: #303400
Bottle Size:750ML
$69.99
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Proprietor Luciano Pira is typically among the last producers to bottle his Barolos, so these 2004s are the current releases. Incidentally, the Schiavenza family also runs an informal Read More...
trattoria in the center of town that features authentic regional cooking at very fair prices.

"Broglio(Broglio is a hamlet of the village of Serralunga d'Alba) is classic in its aromas of sweet red fruit, roses, and leather and its flavors are riper, fuller, and more sustained than those of the regular Barolo."
BAROLO 05 SCAVINO ANNUN RS
PAOLO SCAVINO 2005 BAROLO "ANNUNZIATA"
RISERVA
Item: #301863
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:95
$194.98
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WINE ADVOCATE 95 POINTS - "Scavino’s 2005 Barolo Riserva Rocche dell’Annunziata is another gem from one of the best-performing vineyards in this vintage. Read More...
Sweet red cherries, flowers, spices and menthol all come together with stunning definition and purity in this refined, aristocratic Barolo. An eternal finish rounds out this superb Barolo, which is one of my early favorites in 2005. The wine won’t be released until 2011 so there is still some time for it to come together, but it is already pretty special. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2030."
BAROLO 07 CAVALLOTTO BRIC BOSC
BAROLO 2007 CAVALLOTTO BRICCO BOSCHIS
Item: #302558
Bottle Size:750ml
WA:91
$59.98
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WINE ADVOCATE 91 POINTS-The 2007 Barolo Bricco Boschis is a massive, powerful wine. This is an unusually opulent Barolo from Cavallotto, with tons of Read More...
red fruit and soft, sweet tannins. From time to time the wine’s alcohol seems a bit pronounced. Still an infant, the Bricco Boschis needs to lose some of its baby fat before its true potential emerges. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2025.
BAROLO 07 GIACOSA FALLETTO
BRUNO GIACOSA 2007 LE ROCCHE DEL FALLETTO
BAROLO RISERVA
Item: #302396
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:98 POINTS
$400.00
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WINE ADVOCATE 98 POINTS-The 2007 Barolo Riserva Le Rocche del Falletto bursts onto the palate with masses of dark fruit. The Riserva is a decidedly dark, Read More...
brooding wine in this vintage. Scorched earth, smoke, menthol, licorice and new leather flow with marvelous intensity all the way through to the powerful finish. Over time the classic Giacosa bouquet of dried rose petal emerges, rounding out this fabulous effort in grand style. The imposing tannins will require a measure of patience, but the 2007 Riserva is shaping up to be another magnificent, towering Barolo from Bruno Giacosa. Anticipated maturity: 2022-2042.
BAROLO 07 MANZONE "CASTELLETTO
MANZONE 2007 BAROLO "CASTELLETTO"
Item: #302272
Bottle Size:750ML
$44.98
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WINE ADVOCATE 90-92 POINTS - "The 2007 Barolo Castelletto is an elegant, perfumed wine. Polished and elegant throughout, the Castelletto reveals attractive Read More...
inner perfume and lovely red fruit, all framed by silky tannins." Anticipated maturity: 2017-2027.
BAROLO 09 CONTERNO,G CASCINA
GIACOMO CONTERNO 2009 BAROLO "CASCINA FRANCIA
Item: #301064
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:94-96
$165.00
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WINE ADVOCATE 94-96 POINTS-a stunning wine. Roberto did not make Monfortino in 2009, therefore that wine was declassified and added here. The results Read More...
are truly spectacular. The wine shows the soft fullness that is characteristic of the vintage, backed by tight tannins that pull the wine together. Dark fruit, licorice, chopped herb, white truffle, tar and pressed rose form a united aromatic front.”Sensational!

ANTONIO GALLONI: 95 POINTS- I remember what happened the last time Conterno bottled a Cascina Francia, but no Monfortino. The vintage was 2007, and I deeply regretted not having purchased that wine.”
BAROLO 09 ELIO GRASSO CASA MAT
ELIO GRASSO GINESTRA CASA MATE 2009 BAROLO
Item: #302189
Bottle Size:750ml
WA:94
$69.99
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WINE ADVOCATE 94 POINTS - "The 2009 Barolo Ginestra Vigna Casa Mate come from 35-year-old vines planted at 350 meters above sea level on mixed sand Read More...
and clay soils. Gianluca says this is always the first vineyard to flower each year. This expression is without a doubt the more masculine of the two, with bold lines filled tight with black fruit, plum, licorice, tobacco and leather. However, the wine is not all muscle and brawn. It, too, offers a beautiful floral note of pressed red rose that lingers long on the finish. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2035."
BAROLO 09 ODDERO
ODDERO 2009 BAROLO
Item: #302942
Bottle Size:750ML
WA:92
$37.99
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WINE ADVOCATE 92 POINTS - "The 2009 Barolo sees fruit sourced from various townships and presents a masculine note of musky spice and leather in front Read More...
of dried cherry and cassis. A zesty touch of acidity brings levity and energy to the mouth and helps to bring an extra kick of brightness to the finish. The wine boasts age-worthy qualities but probably shouldn't be put away for too long. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2025."

JAMES SUCKLING 92 POINTS - "Wonderful aromas of orange peel, flowers and dark fruits follow through to a full body, with silky tannins and a chewy finish. Plenty of fruit here for the vintage. Better in 2016."

Our staff has always been extremely enamored with the delicate and super elegant wines of Oddero. Upon tasting the 2009 Barolo, we are glad to inform you this is another excellent achievement from our old friends. Bravo!

The Oddero family released its first bottle of wine in 1878. Since then, the winery was handed down six generations, father to son. That tradition changed with the seventh generation. Today, sisters Mariacristina and Mariavittoria (daughters of Giacomo Oddero) own the winery and 35 hectares of vineyard spread across the townships of Serralunga d'Alba, La Morra, Monforte d'Alba and Castiglione Falletto.
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