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2003 Paolo Scavino Barolo Cannubi
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - October 2007

($125) Light-medium ruby with an orange-amber tinge. Highly perfumed nebbiolo nose shows high-pitched aromas of sour red berries, raspberry, eucalyptus, mint and tobacco, with complicating hints of baking spices. Vibrant and deep on the palate, offering terrific intensity of red cherry, redcurrant and spicy plum flavors complicated by hints of mint and orange peel. This is far from a fleshy style of Barolo but captivates through its clarity, vinosity and cut. Smoothly tannic on the long, pure, pleasantly high-acid finish. Another very successful wine from the sand-rich Cannubi vineyard, which ought to have suffered from the heatwave conditions of '03 (and some parcels did!).

94 Points | Wine Spectator
89 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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