Barolo Pie Rupestris Cappellano Teobaldo Piedmont 2003

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The nose here was so pure liquory raspberry fruit. In the mouth this was powerful and rich but still with a refreshing elegance. The tannins are a ... Read more

Very dry, acidic Barolo. Tasted at the Snooth / Chambers Street Wines Magnificent Barolo Tasting Read more

Teobaldo Cappellano makes this Barolo using ungrafted vines, "Franc de Pied" in French or "Pie Franco" in Italian, resulting in a wine of amazing p... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Barolo Pie Rupestris Cappellano Teobaldo Piedmont

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065211,102
4.00 5
11/17/2008

The nose here was so pure liquory raspberry fruit. In the mouth this was powerful and rich but still with a refreshing elegance. The tannins are a bit tough but balanced by very ripe fruit and fine acid. One of the best 2003's but one that will require 10-12 years in the cellar to be at it's best.


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Snooth User: Philip James
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3.00 5
11/16/2008

Very dry, acidic Barolo. Tasted at the Snooth / Chambers Street Wines Magnificent Barolo Tasting


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
03/05/2009

Teobaldo Cappellano makes this Barolo using ungrafted vines, "Franc de Pied" in French or "Pie Franco" in Italian, resulting in a wine of amazing profundity. He doesn't submitt his wines to a wine guide or buy into any system of valuation, so his Baroli "Pie Franco" are virtually unknown and possessed of unique and impressive character.


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