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2009 Fratelli Brovia Barolo Ca' Mia
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94(+?) Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2013

(with the 2010 release, this wine will say Brea Ca' Mia on the label):  Bright red.  Captivatingly fresh, primary aromas of raspberry, minerals and flowers are accented by a sappy note of blood orange; reminded me a bit of a topnotch Burgundy from Vosne or Chambolle.  Sweet and thick but with lovely acidity giving the wine a strong impression of inner-mouth tension.  A step up in density and fullness from the foregoing wines, with its Serralunga limestone pungency coming through loud and clear.  Finishes very long and horizontal, with serious but well-buffered tannins and excellent menthol lift.  Wonderfully elegant and perfumed Barolo from a south/southeast-facing vineyard that is spared the hottest afternoon sun.

93 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Nebbiolo

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