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2007 Fratelli Brovia Barolo
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2011

(bottled in June of 2011; aged in larger barrels; includes some declassified wine from the family's crus):  Wild aromas of camphor, mocha, coffee, wild herbs and earth; distinctly less fruity than the 2008 Barolos here.  Lush, velvety and fine-grained; nicely fresh but not currently showing the energy of the top 2008s.  Rich and long but a bit disjointed at present, in need of two or three years of patience.  This blend includes a lot of wine from 25-year-old Ca' Mia vines; the Ca' Mia bottling itself is from 55-year-old vines.

89-92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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