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2010 Vietti Barolo Lazzarito
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94 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2013

Good full red.  Musky strawberry, pungent raspberry, game and minerals on the enticing nose.  Elegant, silky and juicy, with terrific cut and lift to the red berry and blood orange flavors.  Showcases the energy of the 2010 vintage at its best; in fact, this makes the 2009 Lazzarito seem almost raisiny by comparison.  The juicy, slowly mounting finish features suave tannins and a lingering suggestion of orange.  This beauty is sexy already but has the spine to evolve positively in bottle for 15 years.

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