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Marchesi di Barolo 2007 Cannubi Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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  1. $135
Almost over the top, this beautiful Barolo from the most celebrated cru of them all—the iconic Cannubi vineyard—delivers maximum pleasure and intensity. This is a soft and velvety wine, with cherry, cassis, leather, moist tobacco and licorice aromas over extracted concentration and tight tannins. The wine needs more time to age and once it does, it can be paired…  — M.L.  (9/1/2011)
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Marchesi di Barolo 2006 Coste di Rose Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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One of the best Barolos of the year, Coste di Rose is a natural beauty with gorgeous, thick extraction and perfectly balanced aromas of blueberries, violets, almond paste, sweet spice and root beer. The wine shows impressive heft and density, yet it is elegant and polished at the same time with finely textured tannins. Cellar this delightful wine ten years or more.  — M.L.  (12/1/2010)
94
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Marchesi di Barolo 2005 Sarmassa Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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Violets, spring flowers, orange peel, licorice and cola emerge from the nose of this beautiful Barolo. The tannins are tight and the acidity is bright, and the wine needs another decade of cellar aging. Once it reaches its peak drinking era, the wine would pair perfectly with duck in orange sauce or New Zealand lamb.  — M.L.  (2/1/2010)
94
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Marchesi di Barolo 2007 Coste di Rose Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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  1. $85
A lovely wine with a bright and polished bouquet, this delivers loads of dark fruit, licorice, moist earth, Spanish cedar and white truffle. Its complexity and endurance are impressive. Thanks to the tight tannins, this wine should easily evolve over the next 10–20 years.  — M.L.  (9/1/2012)
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Marchesi di Barolo 2007 Sarmassa Nebbiolo (Barolo)

  1. $130
The Sarmassa cru consistently delivers some of the best Barolos on the market, and this opulent expression from Marchesi di Barolo proves the point. The wine exhibits modern aromas of chocolate, black cherry, coffee and Spanish cedar. The mouthfeel is soft, plush and rich.  — M.L.  (9/1/2011)
94
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Marchesi di Barolo 2006 Sarmassa Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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Here’s an excellent measuring stick with which to gauge some of the world’s best Nebbiolo-based wines. This bright Barolo from the Sarmassa cru delivers textbook aromatic nuances of small berry, cinnamon, dried currants, licorice and balsam freshness. Tight tannins and a fine texture will enable longevity. Cellar this wine ten years or more.  — M.L.  (12/1/2010)
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Marchesi di Barolo 2005 Cannubi Nebbiolo (Barolo)

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Thanks to its sandy, well-draining soils, the Cannubi cru delivers delicate and elegant wines with refined and complex aromas. Violets, orange zest, Spanish cedar, smoke and wild berries all emerge from the nose of this deeply layered wine. You could pair this Barolo with white truffles and other equally delicate or aromatic foods.  — M.L.  (2/1/2010)
92
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Marchesi di Barolo 2008 Coste di Rose Nebbiolo (Barolo)

  1. $85
This shows integration and harmony, with bold notes of dried fruit and cassis behind softer tones of spice and licorice. Thanks to its firm tannic structure and bright acidity, this should have a long, elegant aging future.  — M.L.  (9/1/2012)
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