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2009 Fratelli Brovia Barolo Garblet Sue
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91(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2013

Medium red.  Wild, ripe aromas of red berries, plum, truffle and game.  Rich and broad but currently less shapely and delineated than the Villero, not to mention less showy.  Shows a larger structure reflecting its Castiglione origin, but this is also harder to taste today.  The big tannins are less fine than those of the Villero.  Elena Brovia points out that this wine is made in exactly the same way as the Villero and Garblet Sue, so the differences are entirely a function of terroir.

90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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