Mauro Veglio Barolo Castelletto Piedmont 2008

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Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to... Read more

Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to... Read more

Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to... Read more

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External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
10/03/2013

Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to the Nebbioli. The 2008 harvest wrapped up in late October. Mauro Veglio describes 2008 as similar to 1998, a comparison I don't quite agree with, but that is the nature of wine. The 2008 single-vineyard Baroli saw roughly 35-40% new oak. Good deep red. Aromas of black raspberry, minerals and flowers, complicated by hints of mocha and leather. Juicy and nicely delineated, with a high pitch to the flavors of raspberry, flowers and mint. On the lean side but has more stuffing than the classico to carry its firm tannins. Finishes with a burst of cherry.


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
02/26/2014

Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to the Nebbioli. The 2008 harvest wrapped up in late October. Mauro Veglio describes 2008 as similar to 1998, a comparison I don't quite agree with, but that is the nature of wine. The 2008 single-vineyard Baroli saw roughly 35-40% new oak. Good deep red. Aromas of black raspberry, minerals and flowers, complicated by hints of mocha and leather. Juicy and nicely delineated, with a high pitch to the flavors of raspberry, flowers and mint. On the lean side but has more stuffing than the classico to carry its firm tannins. Finishes with a burst of cherry. ** Only 2 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
04/29/2014

Mauro Veglio talks about 2008 as a year with a rainy late summer and fall that was especially harmful to Dolcetto and Barbera, but less damaging to the Nebbioli. The 2008 harvest wrapped up in late October. Mauro Veglio describes 2008 as similar to 1998, a comparison I don't quite agree with, but that is the nature of wine. The 2008 single-vineyard Baroli saw roughly 35-40% new oak. Good deep red. Aromas of black raspberry, minerals and flowers, complicated by hints of mocha and leather. Juicy and nicely delineated, with a high pitch to the flavors of raspberry, flowers and mint. On the lean side but has more stuffing than the classico to carry its firm tannins. Finishes with a burst of cherry. ** SOLD OUT **



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