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2004 Silvio Grasso Barolo Pi Vigne
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Wow, wow, wowwww
12/04/2008
by Winehound
I have some 1996 Silvio Grasso and it is very nice Barolo but this is massive. Huge tannin and fruit, maybe a bit short on acidity if you're used to Barolo, but what a wine. This may outlive many Barolos twice in price.

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