Barolo/Brunello Tasting Sat. 11/14

10 Nov Barolo/Brunello Tasting Sat. 11/14

Saturday, November 14
12 to 4pm
In our Event Space

Join Jason Ledbetter of Vinoteca Imports as he pours three Barolo, a Brunello, and two VERY cool dry sparkling wines this Saturday at the bar!

2010 Giovanni Manzone Gramolere Barolo, Piedmont
On Sale $64.99 Lowest price online!
Rose, cherry and underbrush flavors highlight this elegant red. Silky and firm, with snappy acidity marshaling the flavors through the long aftertaste. Balanced, with an aftertaste of dried berry, tobacco and mineral. Best from 2018 through 2033. 950 cases made.
94 Points, The Wine Spectator

2011 Giacomo Finocchio Barolo Bussia, Piedmont
On Sale $49.99
Aromas of wild berry, underbrush and tobacco lead the nose on this classically crafted Barolo. The full-bodied palate delivers juicy Morello cherry, ripe black raspberry, baking spice and licorice alongside a network of ripe, assertive tannins and firm acidity. Drink 2018–2026.
92 Points, James Suckling

2011 Mauro Molino Barolo Bricco Luciani, Piedmont
On Sale $59.99
From La Morra, the higher elevated Barolo village, which is known for its more elegant style. This is the perfect example of the supple, approachable 2011 vintage.
94 points, James Suckling

2009 Mastrojanni Vigna Loreto Brunello Di Montalcino, Tuscany
On Sale $85.99
Starts out open, with cherry, strawberry, tobacco and underbrush flavors gathering intensity and structure. A bit beefy now, but concentrated, minerally, fresh and long. Best from 2017 through 2030. 750 cases made.
93 Points, Wine Spectator

Also pouring

2014 Bonotto Delle Tezze IGT Raboso, Veneto
On Sale $12.99
Raboso is the Grape and the word means “Angry”- It is a thick skinned grape with tannin and structure. This ultra-fresh style is finished in stainless steel to preserve the fresh aromatics, beautiful color and well balanced acidity.
Winemaker’s Notes

Manicardi NV “Ca Del Fiore” Dry Lambrusco, Emilia-Romagna
On Sale $17.99
Not Grandma’s Reunite….Quite possibly the most unique red wine experience, sure to be a hit with the holiday dinners and appetizer-centric gatherings this season. “Ca Del Fiore” is the name of the vineyard which means house of flowers. It is a dry style Lambrusco.
Importer’s Notes

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