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1998 Luigi Einaudi Barolo
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88 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2002

($48) Full ruby-red. Black raspberry, currant, maple syrup and oak on the nose. Sweet, tangy, youthfully aggressive flavors of black raspberry, menthol and oak. A rather serious but supple normale, finishing with substantial, broad tannins and a hint of medicinal austerity.

90-92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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SUPPLE ELEGANCE
02/19/2003
by Bill Gray
LOVELY CRISTAL RED COLOR. SWEET RIPE RED CURRANT NOSE WITH A TOUCH OF VANILLA OAK. SOFT AND PURE ON THE PALATE SHOWING RIPE RED RASPBERRY AND CURRANT FRUITS. GREAT BALANCE WITH SOME MOCHA AND SPICE IN THE LONG FINISH.

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