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2007 Vietti Barolo Castiglione
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92 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2011

Palish bright red.  Scented nose offers red cherry, mint and an ineffable floral perfume.  Juicy, intense and delineated, with lovely orange peel lift to its sweet red fruit and floral flavors.  The finish coats the mouth with dusty, fine tannins.  Remarkably harmonious for a base-level Barolo made from 5 or 6 of the family's 15 Barolo crus.

92 Points | Wine Spectator
93 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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2007 vietti barolo castiglione nebbiolo
05/03/2012
by mosqueda md14196575
nice, light, clear, and delicate red whose bouquet is floral with jasmine and cherry. the cherries are evident in the bouquet and on the palate. what a very good palate - cherries, plums, and with moderate but dusty tannins. easy to drink and very savory now but let the bouquet open for a while before indulging.

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