Gianni Gagliardo’s Barolo Serre is an impressively delicate wine with layers of wild berry, red rose, pressed violets, smoke and mineral. The mouthfeel is fresh, tannic, clean and very long lasting. This classic expression of Nebbiolo shows the best qualities of this noble Italian variety.
Barolo Serre is made with fruit sourced from various vineyard sites. This gorgeous wine opens with a modern touch of sweet spice and toasted nut lavished over ethereal aromas of cherry liqueur and dark licorice. Drink in 5–10 years.
Dark and austere, this has aromas of spice, toasted hazelnut and wild berry. The mouthfeel is tight and astringent and the finish is elegantly streamlined. Definitely give this wine 5–10 more years in the cellar.
It begins easily, a fat rich nose with plenty of complexity that shows fig, black pepper (an unusual characteristic for a wine made from the Nebbiolo grape)soy sauce and bacon. On the palate it shows the same exuberance; big boned enjoyable but almost everything on the front of the palate. Solid finish and an interesting earthy note in the aftertaste. Perhaps a…
Gianni Gagliardo is producing excellent results from the estate’s newly refurbished winery. This expression from the Serre cru shows elegance and harmony, especially in how its aromas of black fruit, tar, licorice and white truffle come together. Drying tannins and firm structure promise long aging.
Barolo Serre is not as intense as the Cannubi expression, although the wine does put its main focus on elegance and harmony. Aromas include anise, lavender flower, church incense, wild berries and ground ginger. Its bright fruit flavors unfold gently in the mouth and culminate in a drying, but firm finish.