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G. D. Vajra - "Bricco delle Viole" Barolo 2018 (1.5L)

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Producer G. D. Vajra
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Subregion Barolo
Varietal Nebbiolo
Vintage 2018
Sku 400000001999
Size 1.5L

Wine Spectator: 95 Points

(12/15/2022) "An elegant version, this red features rose, black currant, cherry and mineral aromas and flavors that show a hint of eucalyptus. Linear in profile, this is solidly built on a graceful frame, with finely woven tannins and vibrant acidity. Best from 2026 through 2045. 1,042 cases made."

Wine Advocate: 95 Points

(8/11/2022) "The 2018 Barolo Bricco delle Viole is not super intense, but it is balanced in its own way. The wine is subdued but complete with softly yielding tannins to support an elegantly streamlined mouthfeel. Bricco delle Viole is a high and cool growing site in Barolo at 400 to 480 meters in elevation with characteristic Sant'Agata marl soils with fossils. The wine represents a selection of fruit from over seven hectares. With fermentation in steel tank and aging in large Slavonian oak, you are invited to a silky, lifted and beautifully delicate experience with an accessible personality. Drink Date: 2024 - 2040."

Decanter: 95 Points

(1/5/2022) "The nervy style of Bricco delle Viole is excited by the lightness of the 2018 vintage. The nose is dominated by leafy lightness and vibrant aromas ranging from cherry kernel to lemon leaf. It could seem to have low complexity but its focused on a sort of austere freshness that's worth discovering. The firm palate with quite aggressive acidity and almost sturdy youth is allied to great fruit concentration. The savoury finish is loaded with dust and chalk. Needs time. Drinking Window: 2023 - 2035."

Wine Enthusiast: 95 Points

(9/1/2022) #9 on Wine Enthuisast Top 100 Cellar Selections of 2022. "Heady aromas of violet, camphor, leather and tobacco lead the way on this fragrant red. On the palate, tightly knit, fine-grained tannins accompany ripe Marasca cherry, crushed raspberry and licorice. Fresh acidity keeps it balanced. Drink 2025-2035."

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