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Brovia, "Villero", Barolo, Piedmont - 2008

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Here’s the most powerful cru in Brovia’s lineup. The vineyard, planted with 47-year-old vines, is situated next to Rocche but with a southwest exposure that gets the warm afternoon sun. Usually underrated as it takes some cellaring to show its true potential. The Brovia family regards this as the riserva out of all the crus.


"The 2008 Barolo Villero is impeccable and harmonious from the very first taste. Layers of exotic spices and dark fruit caress the palate, eliminating virtually any sensation of tannin. The 2008 is an unusually fleshy, expressive Villero loaded with class and personality. Dark plums, menthol and a host of balsamic aromas and flavors wrap around the finish. The Villero is a bit rounder and fleshier than the Rocche today, but it is just as gorgeous. Anticipated maturity: 2018-2038."

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate