Fratelli Oddero Barolo Rocche di Castiglione 2004

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New York, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 115.00
750ml
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Floral/vegetal notes dominate the nose over an underlay of almost slate like minerality, light note of cherry in alcohol, good freshness 2+ A touch... Read more

Despite that the Baroli of the Castiglione sub-region are known for their stern, age-worthiness, the Rocche vineyard with its sandy soils yields so... Read more

Despite the fact that the Baroli of the Castiglione sub-region are known for being stern and age-worthy, the Rocche vineyard, with its sandy soils,... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Fratelli Oddero Barolo Rocche di Castiglione

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065204,593
4.00 5
09/23/2008

Floral/vegetal notes dominate the nose over an underlay of almost slate like minerality, light note of cherry in alcohol, good freshness 2+ A touch soft yet elegant with an austere character, well balanced and approachable 2+ A touch low intensity on the palate with easy notes of lingonberry/mulberry fruit with a sandy, mineral edge 2+ Tannins grow a bit on the finish, which features pure, light fruit with good length, the tannins offer a bit of a matte, flannel feel to the finish 2+ 88pts


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/31/2008

Despite that the Baroli of the Castiglione sub-region are known for their stern, age-worthiness, the Rocche vineyard with its sandy soils yields softer wines with enticing aromatics. Garnet in color and reminiscent of small red berries and licorice. South eastern expose; thirty months in French Oak Barrels followed by a year of bottle age before release.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/01/2010

Despite the fact that the Baroli of the Castiglione sub-region are known for being stern and age-worthy, the Rocche vineyard, with its sandy soils, yields softer wines with enticing aromatics. Grown with a southeastern exposure, this one spends thirty months in French oak barrels, followed by a year of bottle aging before release. The wine is garnet in color and reminiscent of small red berries and licorice.


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