2017 roberto voerzio, barolo, brunate
Why We're Buying
"It's tight and poised with such refinement and beauty. Fabulous." Those are the words of wine critic James Suckling after reviewing the 2016 Roberto Voerzio Barolo Brunate. The iconic wine is one of many super-expressive and investment-worthy options in the estate's portfolio, with this Barolo jumping 35.1% between 2017 to 2021.
Very subtle aromas of dried strawberry with cedar and flowers that follow through to a full body with tight, linear tannins that are focused and polished. Earth, spice and stone undertones. Extremely firm and long. Succulent. Racy and driven. Needs four or five years to open.