Bruno Giacosa Barbera d'Alba 2010

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Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italiano Buying Guide): Some of the longest-lived and most elegant wines in the Langhe... th...

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The nose showed pretty red berries, hints of herbs and grasses yet somehow subdued. On the palate, it was soft and balanced with great textures, r... Read more

A little hot. Oaky. Some tannin here. Read more

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Snooth User: Eric Guido
92549165,548
3.50 5
08/12/2012

The nose showed pretty red berries, hints of herbs and grasses yet somehow subdued. On the palate, it was soft and balanced with great textures, red berries and menthol, as the fruit turned tart. The finish showed fresh cherry. This was an elegant and complete wine, yet nothing stood out to me.


Snooth User: Kate Statton
8538361,079
3.00 5
09/10/2012

A little hot. Oaky. Some tannin here.


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291242 Snooth User: baylee9
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01/04/2013

Winemaker's Notes:

Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italiano Buying Guide): Some of the longest-lived and most elegant wines in the Langhe... the Falletto vineyard, in Serralunga, is the source of Barolo, barbera, and dolcetto... Bruno Giacosa is a traditionalist, producing fragrant yet austere wines aged for long periods in large casks before release. Buy and hold!

Bastianich & Lynch (Vino Italiano Buying Guide): Some of the longest-lived and most elegant wines in the Langhe... the Falletto vineyard, in Serralunga, is the source of Barolo, barbera, and dolcetto... Bruno Giacosa is a traditionalist, producing fragrant yet austere wines aged for long periods in large casks before release. Buy and hold!

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