The 2005 Giacomo Barolo Le Coste is 100% Nebbiolo from the Piedmont in Italy and the ABV is 14.5%. The 2004 Dettori Tuderi is 100% Cannonau from Sardinia in Italy and the ABV is 14.5%.
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2005 GRIMALDI BAROLO LE COSTE
"Founded in 1930 by Ferruccio Grimaldi, this family-run estate is now showing some very exciting results. The La Coste Barolo is a tight and focused wine that promises to age beautifully over many more years. The tannins and acidity are perfectly integrated and the nose boasts bright and intense layers of forest fruit, exotic spice, mesquite and black licorice." -95 points Wine Enthusiast
Raspberry, lemon and blackberry aromas lead to a full-bodied palate, with toasty oak, coffee and berry flavors and full, velvety tannins. Best after 2012. 400 cases made. -94 Points Wine Spectator
"The 2005 Barolo Le Coste is rich, round wine loaded with ripe dark fruit, spices and sweet scents of French oak. With time in the glass, the wine's inner perfume emerges, offering layers of violets and black cherries that add further complexity. This fresh, vibrant Barolo needs at least another year or two in bottle for the broad tannins to integrate, but it is another very strong effort from Grimaldi. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2023."
Proprietor Ferruccio Grimaldi continues to show improvement, and these are the finest Barolos I have tasted from him thus far. The wines show more Nebbiolo expressiveness and better use of oak than has been the case in the past. -93 points- Antonio Galloni- Wine Advocate
"Grimaldi's Barolo 'Le Coste' was first released with the 1996 vintage, vinified from the smallest cru in the township of Barolo. This vineyard is time honored as one of the greatest crus in Barolo, yet had never been previously bottled (presumably blended by the various vineyard owners who claim miniscule holdings). Grimaldi's own holdings in Le Coste measure a mere 0.76 hectares, with annual production of less than 400 cases total." -Importer
2004 DETTORI TUDERI
"The 2004 Tuderi is especially successful. This is an especially refined, elegant wine redolent of candied cherries, dried flowers and spices, with clean minerally notes that frame the long finish. The Tuderi is made from 60-year old Cannonau vines. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2014." -92 points- Antonio Galloni- Wine Advocate
"[Tuderi] is the name of the rock overhanging the vineyards and facing the sea. We recommend to drink it at 13/15Â°C, after oxygenation. Try to follow its oxidative evolution. You can drink it pleasantly with most dishes. All our wines need time, once opened, to express themselves. Drink from a big glass with a tulip shape."
"The grapes were hand-harvested and as always transported in boxes inside our Refrigerated Truck. The grapes were only de-stemmed and left to macerate for ten days at a controlled temperature. Decantation and maceration took place in small cement tanks until bottling in the month of May/June. The wine was not clarified, filtered or stabilized. Hand bottled. Once bottled the wine is left to ripen in a cellar with a strictly controlled temperature." -Winery
"Skin maceration for 7-10 days, alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel. Malolactic fermentation in steel. Aged in cement vats for 4 months and in stainless steel for 4 months. Total production of 5,000 bottles."
"Alessandro Dettori is working outside of the box with the ingenuity and passion. He is vinifying with traditional methods in cement and his concentration levels from hundred year old vines is daunting. Three Cannonaus are done without wood and possess striking extraction and character. Tuderi, Tenores and Dettori Rosso are based on vineyard age and resultant alcohol level."-Importer
Ian D'Agata of the International Wine Cellar
rated this 89 points.