Barking Behind Barolo
 May 14th 2013 19.42

Click For Large ViewSince he finished his apprenticeship with Roberto Voerzio, Enzo Boglietti has gradually become a respected winemaker in his own right. Always as interested in a good coffee or funny joke as in just 'another' Barolo, it is not unusual to see one of his dogs follow him into the cellar. While tasting from cask this morning just before bottling, I was - amidst barking - particularly impressed by the herbal flush on his 2010 Barolo Airone. Generally it is the more classical style of Fossati or the modern edge on Case Nere that take my top marks, but each vintage has its own secrets. Comments


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