The Fontanafredda Barolo Serralunga 2005 is 100% Nebbiolo from Piedmont in Italy and the ABV is 14%. The Colle Dei Venti Barbaresco Tufo Blu 2006 is 100% Nebbiolo from Piedmont in Italy and the ABV is 14%. The Gillardi Dolcetto Cursalet 2009 is 100% Dolcetto from Piedmont in Italy and the ABV is 14%.
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2005 Fontanafredda Barolo Serralunga
"Raspberry, mineral and licorice aromas follow through to a full body, with velvety tannins and a fruity finish. Balanced and friendly. Best after 2010. 10,000 cases made." 90 Points - Wine Spectator
"This wine is 100% Nebbiolo. The soil is calcareous with sand and clay and the elevation is 300-400 meters high. Fermentation is done in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks for 15 days. This is aged for 1 year in French Allier oak barrique and 1 year in Allier oak casks, with 8-10 months in bottle. This Barolo has a garnet-red with ruby highlights that take on a slightly orange tone over time, it has a clear-cut, intense nose with overtones of vanilla, spices, withered roses and underbrush; its taste is dry, but soft, full-bodied, velvety and well-balanced, and is very long-lasting." -Importer
This wine was also scored 89 Points by Antonio Galloni of the Wine Advocate.
2006 Colle Dei Venti Barbaresco Tufo Blu
"Clean and precise aromas of strawberry and blackberry follow through to a full body. Builds on the palate, with cool berry fruit character and chewy tannins. Best after 2011. 750 cases made." -90 Points - Wine Spectator
"The vineyards are located in the communities of Neive and Treiso. This gem is vinified in stainless steel and raised in new French oak for 24 months. In the third year the wine is blended and bottled. There is one year of refinement in the bottle before it is ready for export."
"This full-bodied red is visually dark and concentrated. In the mouth, it is round with excellent persistence. Principal notes of spice with blueberry and blackberry jam and an undertone of rose. A structured wine with tame velvety tannins and a long and pleasurable finish. This elegant Barbaresco is a great accompaniment to many cheeses, pastas and meats and even tartufo-accented specialties typical of this Piemonte area." -Importer
"DOCG regulations stipulate that Barbaresco wines must be aged for a minimum of 2 years (at least 1 year in oak) prior to release and aged for at least 4 years to be considered a riserva. The wines must have a minimum 12.5% alcohol level though most wines are closer to 13.5%."
"The typical style of a Barbaresco has bouquets of roses or violets with flavor notes of cherry, truffles, fennel and licorice. As the wine ages, it can develop smoky notes and more earthy and animal flavors like leather and tar." -Jancis Robinson - The Oxford Companion to Wine - on the Barbaresco DOCG
2009 Gillardi Dolcetto Cursalet
"GILLARDI might be known as one of the most prominent producers of Syrah in Italy, but its roots and history bear a closer link to Dolcetto. Dogliani, where the estate is located, enjoys such a reputation for the production of high quality, cellar-worthy Dolcettos, that it was recently granted D.O.C.G. status, the first ever for Dolcetto-based wines. Gillardi also envisioned the potential of Syrah in this cooler climate, and produces a few thousand bottles of the now-legendary Harys." -Importer