Armando Parusso Barolo Mariondino 2005

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AWE blind tasting - passionfruit, particular French oak, vanilla, smoke, vanilla pipe tobacco, artificial fruit aromas, slightly chewy, innocuous, ... Read more

The 2005 Barolo Mariondino-Bussia-Le Coste-Mosconi Vendemmia is an elegant, harmonious offering. Made in a weightless, ethereal style, the wine rev... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Armando Parusso Barolo Mariondino

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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2.00 5
05/22/2009

AWE blind tasting - passionfruit, particular French oak, vanilla, smoke, vanilla pipe tobacco, artificial fruit aromas, slightly chewy, innocuous, anonymous, 82-83


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Source: Morrell & Company
07/25/2009

The 2005 Barolo Mariondino-Bussia-Le Coste-Mosconi Vendemmia is an elegant, harmonious offering. Made in a weightless, ethereal style, the wine reveals layers of plums, figs, new leather, menthol, spices and herbs. This medium-bodied Barolo offers outstanding length and a refined, finessed finish that makes it fairly accessible even at this young age. The wine doesn�t appear to have the stuffing to be a long-term ager, but it should offer highly pleasurable drinking to age 15 or so. In 2005 Parusso waited to harvest all of his fruit until after the October rains had passed. According to Parusso, the tannins were actually riper in 2005 than 2004. This 2005 Barolo is somewhat of a departure for Parusso, as he blended the juice from all of his single-vineyards into one wine prior to bottling, a decision he says was made in order to deliver a high-quality wine to the consumer at a fair price in light of today�s economic climate. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020.



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