roberto voerzio, barolo, la serra 2016
JAMES SUCKLING
99

2016 roberto voerzio, barolo, la serra

Why We're Buying

Perfection can't be rushed. When it comes to achieving juicy, soulful, and refined flavors, Roberto Voerzio Barolo La Serra requires at least five years of aging to reach its full expression. Investors who held this wine from 2017 to 2021 have earned a 35.3% return on investment in that time.

Critics Scores

JAMES SUCKLING
99

James Suckling

Dark fruit with fresh porcini mushrooms and some black truffles, as well as burnt orange on the nose, following through to a full body with lovely, fresh and ripe fruit, as well as ultra-fine tannins that just flow and melt into the wine. Fluid and thoughtful. Drink after 2024 and onwards.