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1997 Paolo Scavino Barolo
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2000

Good saturated dark red. Aromatic nose of cherry, rose petal and licorice; quite vibrant for the vintage. Firm, sappy and fresh, with nicely delineated red berry and floral flavors. Enticing ripe acids and harmonious tannins will not get in the way of this wine early appeal. Already quite delicious.

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

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1997 Barolo- Early drinking
10/05/2001
by ronnieleeh
Actually they make less of this than the single vineyard wines. You can enjoy it now or hold for 15 years. I tried this again and really feel it can get much better. It costs me $50 and for that price there are many 1997 Barolos to chose from.I don't think I'd pay much more than that.

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