Renato Ratti Nebbiolo d'Alba Ochetti 2004

Winemaker's Notes:

"Keep in mind this is one of my first forays into the piedmont. At first the aroma is herbal, floral, perhaps licorice, but oddly as it opens up has a cidery"" aroma- though not vinegar like. Tastes of plums and berries. Aftertaste is short and dry. """

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Renato Ratti:
Half way up the hill overlooking the main Barolo valley, along the first spurs of the neatly aligned vineyards, lies the Abbey of the Annunziata (Our Lady of the Annunciation), a priceless jewel of the 15th Century. Just as the good friars of centuries past produced wines from the grapes grown along the hollow below their abbey, a position of glory and grandeur, today, faithful to their same timeless wisdom, wines of incomparable quality are produced.

"Keep in mind this is one of my first forays into the piedmont. At first the aroma is herbal, floral, perhaps licorice, but oddly as it opens up has a cidery"" aroma- though not vinegar like. Tastes of plums and berries. Aftertaste is short and dry. """

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