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2004 Luigi Einaudi Barolo Nei Cannubi
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2009

($100) Deep red. Captivating floral nose dominated by rose petal. Wonderfully silky and juicy in the mouth, with strong acidity and floral perfume giving lift to the middle palate. Finishes with explosive vinosity, expanding floral perfume and very suave tannins. A beauty. Not to beat a dead horse, but these wines could hardly be more different in style than the Einaudi bottlings of just a decade ago, which showed strong material but far more rustic aromas and flavors. (Empson U.S.A., Alexandria, VA)

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