2008 ATTILIO GHISOLFI “LANGHE” NEBBIOLO, PIEDMONT, ITALY
Widely planted in Italy’s stunning Piedmont Appellation, the Nebbiolo grape is used in both Barolo and Barbaresco. With a mere 250 cases produced of Attilio Ghisolfi’s Langhe Nebbiolo, and at about half the price of what you would expect to pay for a Barolo or Barbaresco, I strongly recommend trying a case of this beauty.
Spending 9 months in French oak barrels, this wine has had an impressive 6 years of time to develop in the bottle and the results are stunning. The Wine Spectator’s review highlights the “courtesy of the ripe fruit” and its “fine balance and expression.”
Hewn from one of Piedmont’s notable vintages, the Wine Spectator rated the 2008 vintage in Italy’s Piedmont region 94 points, referencing “ripe reds show good structure and elegance.” If you’re searching for a delightful Italian Red that most certainly won’t show up in your neighbors cellar, this is the one.
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