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At 460 meters above sea level, Casina Bric (piemontese dialect for Cascina Bricco or ?hilltop farm?) is the highest altitude Barolo estate in the Langhe. Here, Gianluca Viberti makes his Barolo with the utmost respect for the wine territory that dates back to the 1700s when it was home to a monastery.

Antonio Galloni (Vinous Media), 95 points: “The 2008 Barolo Colonnello is super impressive. It shows gorgeous richness and depth in its focused, energetic fruit. Sweet red berries, flowers and spices are woven together beautifully in the 2008 Colonnello. The elegant side of Barolo comes through, but with an extra degree of muscle. The oak, sometimes […]

A full-bodied red with muscular tannins and hints of dark chocolate, berries and minerals. Full body, chewy tannins and intensity. Fresh and precise. This is a blend of the top vineyards of Bussia. Almost three years in large wooden casks.

International Wine Cellar, 96+ points (2005): “(the first vintage of Gran Bussia made with what Giacomo Conterno described as the estate’s “new philosophy” on more serious green harvesting and longer skin contact; aged for four years in two 25-hectoliter barrels and slated to be released in 2012 with the 2008 crus): Medium red. Perfumed, high-toned […]

International Wine Cellar, 94+ points: “(this spent 31 months in oak): Medium red color seemed to deepen with aeration. Redcurrant, plum, spices and earth on the nose, complicated by grilled herbs and exotic flowers. Plush, sexy and deep, with layered flavors of strawberry, marzipan and dried flowers. Offers an exciting combination of breadth with fresh […]

This 1.5-hectare plot, planted on shallow white soil at a high altitude of 420 meters in Serralunga, is the estate’s “original” vineyard, where Bruna Grimaldi’s grandfather was born; the only Barolo for which Grimaldi uses cappello sommerso for extraction): Medium-deep red. Complex aromas of raspberry, truffle, smoke and underbrush. Large-scaled, concentrated and rich, offering powerful, […]

COLOR: An intense garnet red, brilliant and with orange highlights. AROMA: Ample and intense with notes of violets, pepper, raspberries, and dried roses along with the typical notes of tar. FLAVOR: Full and firm, long and elegant.

A big structure and character are the features of the Barolo from Monforte. The wine from Gramolere hill is characterized by delicate notes of herbs that melt into the typical complex scents of leather and liquorice.

A big structure and character are the features of the Barolo from Monforte. The wine from Gramolere hill is characterized by delicate notes of herbs that melt into the typical complex scents of leather and liquorice.