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  1. Luke Lambert Crudo Rose 2021
    Luke Lambert Crudo Rose 2021
    Stelvin. Complex, seductive, yet vibrant and lip-smackingly delicious--that pretty much sums up Luke Lambert's Crudo Rosé. This year's wine is 100% Denton Syrah. The fruit was picked early and whole-bunch pressed before the cloudy juice was sent to tank for a wild ferment and wild malo before storage in 4,000-litre French oak foudre. Bottled, as usual, without filtration and with minimal sulphur.
    2021
    Nebbiolo
    Australia
    506
  2. Nocturne SR Rose 2021
    Nocturne SR Rose 2021

    Of all things, today I’m listening to the soundtrack to “Pretty in Pink”, which is not quite yacht rock, but it’ll do for the morning session. Here we have 74% Sangiovese, 17% barrel-fermented Nebbiolo and 9% Tempranillo.

    Spicy, peppery, dried herb and floral perfume, white cherry and pink grapefruit. It’s dry with a grainy and chalky grip, subtle but engaging flavour profile, a coolness to acidity, and a dusty finish of crunch and excellent length, a little amaro tang in the aftertaste. Texture is a highlight in this high cheekboned style of rosato. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    2020
    Nebbiolo
    Australia
    432
  3. il Modo Rosso 2019
    il Modo Rosso 2019
    With no nerello mascalese plantings in Australia, Nadeson has fermented sangiovese, pinot noir, aglianico, sagrantino, nebbiolo and shiraz in an amphora and miraculously made a wine with finesse and inky tannins. This medium bodied red tempts with heady violets, licorice root and black plums on the nose. The palate flows, entwined with a meaty tone alongside the florals and spice. This has dimension and texture, and is very delicious. GABRIELLE POY, PWS
    2019
    Aglianico, Nebbiolo, Refosco
    Australia
    438
  4. Vajra Langhe Rosso 2019
    Vajra Langhe Rosso 2019
    Run by second generations Giuseppe, Isidoro and Francesca Vaira, and lovingly overseen by father Aldo and mother Milena. Aldo founded G.D. Vajra, kicking off with a counter-cultural twist by returning to his ancestors' land in the early '70s, when all else were deserting the countryside in droves. The family excels with all the Piedmont staples and this cracking blend of several of those varieties in an absolutely smashing bottling.

    From young vineyards it's predominately Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto, with smaller quantities of Freisa, Albarossa, Pinot Noir. Each vineyard is harvested when it reaches perfect ripeness and vinified separately. This pretty and so vivid in the glass throwing of a tantalising array of red and black, small berry forest fruits, liquorice and spice overlayed with dried flowers and savoury herb. The palate is seductive and plush with sweet fruits at its core, focused beautifully and framed by fine tannins. It rolls through so nicely and for me has that quintessential savoury and sweet combo of Italian wine I love so much.
    2018
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  5. Correggia Roero Nebbiolo 2018
    Correggia Roero Nebbiolo 2018

    On of our newest members, Dylan has chosen this for his staff pick for 2021, here's why:

    As the end of another year looms and the festive season seems to have started already, I’ve decided to lighten the load for my family — I’ve told Grandma to ditch the Christmas cake and buy a bottle of this Nebbiolo instead. When a wine bustles with spices & juicy cherries why bother with a cake? More Grandma Dylan time and less time baking I say. Enjoy. DYLAN VAN OIRSCHT, PWS


    If Cru Barolo is Kanye, this wine is Drake. Sure Kanye is a more serious offering and inspires deeper, layered conversations and thought, but really, who do you want to bring to the party when lockdown ends. I'm texting Drake. 

    First little whiff and it's a joy already, it smells like Christmas morning with perfectly ripe cherry, a little spice here, dried herbs there. Take a sip and there's a lovely little hint of sweetness and delicacy amidst a tart , juicy backdrop before a curatin of fine tannin sweeps your palate clean. This is a side of nebbiolo anyone can wrap their laiughing gear around and experience happiness. ALEX DOBSON, PWS

    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  6. Diego & Damiano Barale Langhe Nebbiolo 2018
    Diego & Damiano Barale Langhe Nebbiolo 2018

    The company, although recently founded, has in fact historical roots; According to the parish records of the town of Barolo, the first traces of the Barale family date back to 1600. The landowner Francesco Barale began to vinify in 1870 and passed the witness to his son Carlo, who founded the "Barale-Rinaldi". The sons of Carlo Barale, Giovanni Battista and our grandfather Giuseppe, took the reins of the company called "Barale Fratelli" until 1984.Our "new" company starts from the land inherited by our father, located in the municipalities of Barolo and Monforte d'Alba, and the "Aie Sottane" farmhouse, one of the oldest houses in Barolo, now restored and home to the company "Diego and Damiano Barale ".

    Opens to a smokey, tobacco note that lingers gently over crushed rock and smashed red berry. Long and lush with a firm tannin kick that pulls the fleshy fruit into line nicely. It's open and forward but with plenty of savoury, earthy notes that poke through. A great introduction the house style and nebiolo in general. PWS


    2018
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  7. Dirupi Rosso di Valtellina Ole 2020
    Dirupi Rosso di Valtellina Ole 2020
    One of the better versions of this wine I've seen. Bruised strawberry, crushed rose petals, mountain herbs and a consistent backbeat of liquorice and menthol waft out of the glass. Just bang on for the variety from this part of the world. That same band of brothers weave their way through the palate, carried along within a medium weight, sweet texture before powdery tannins carry the whole package to a satusfying end. It's just lovely Valtellina and a great intro to the Dirupi style and, to the regions nebbiolo in general. MICHAEL MCNAMARA
    2020
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    498
    Special Price $47.00 Regular Price $55.00 As low as $44.00
  8. Vajra Langhe Clare JC Nebbiolo 2019
    Vajra Langhe Clare JC Nebbiolo 2019
    Wow, the 2019 Vajra Clare JC explodes from the glass with masses of crushed raspberry and strawberry fruits, complicated by sweet and savory herbs, along with crushed stone minerality. On the palate, fleshy textures are quickly firmed up by a mix of tart red berries, with zesty acids, a slight frizzante spritz, and a coating of liquid violet florals. The finish is long and lightly structured, displaying a lasting and unmistakable note of red licorice with hints of spiced orange. This is wonderfully expressive and bridges the gap between Red and Rosé; please pour me another. Of note, the 2019 Claré JC was gently fermented with about 20% whole cluster fruit with malolactic completed in stainless steel, hence the perceivable effervescence. ERIC GUIDO, vinous.com
    2020
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  9. Vietti Perbacco Nebbiolo Langhe 2018
    Vietti Perbacco Nebbiolo Langhe 2018
    A vibrant, lively style, with firm tannins underscoring cherry, raspberry, earth and tobacco flavors. Balanced and juicy, showing a touch of oak spice on the finish. Decant now or age for a few years. WINE SPECTATOR

    It's like it's set on cruise control. Everything humming along perfectly. Ticks all the boxes, bruised strawberry, spice, menthol, florals, plum all play a part in the aromatics. The palate is denser and richer than I would have expected and at first it really makes an impact with bold flavours but that Nebb freshness and energy comes racing through to keep everything upbeat and lively. Long and really satisfying finish that culminates in a tart, red berry twang that has a little mineral groove to it. Bloody lovely wine that will appeal to Nebb nerds and anyone who likes Italian wine in general. ROSCOE
    2018
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  10. Idlewild The Bird 2015
    Idlewild The Bird 2015
    35% Dolcetto, 35% Barbera, 30% Nebbiolo
    From Fox Hill Vineyard in Mendocino, California. This is a blend of dolcetto, barbera and nebbiolo. Winemaker Sam Bilbro takes his back country vineyard very seriously; the site rich with interesting varieties. Bilbro is a less-is-more winemaker, preferring natural fermentation, low new-no new oak, low input in winery. A producer to keep a beady eye on.

    Peppery spice, clove, black currants, plum jam, Campari, earth. Wonderful perfume. Exotic, but anchoring you into something Italianate. The palate is breezy and crisp, dosed up with cherry-berry crunchiness and another hit of pleasing amaro sour-sweetness. Light powdery tannin sits on chomp of fruit. It’s bloody delicious, intriguing, smashable. MIKE BENNIE, The Wine Front 2016
    2015
    Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo
    USA
    362
  11. Guido Porro Langhe Nebbiolo 2020
    Guido Porro Langhe Nebbiolo 2020
    The grapes are sourced from parcels adjacent to two legendary Barolo crus in the commune of Serralunga d'Alba: Lazzarito and the fabled Vigna Rionda. Having tasted Porro's Baroli from these two sites, I infer that the Lazzarito portion provides this Nebbiolo with its surprising finesse, in the form of plush, toothsome fruit and a lovely perfume of dried flowers. The Vigna Rionda portion, conversely, supplies power and earthy grip. You'll find enough structure to take this rosso seriously, but not enough to keep you from gulping it down unabashedly. Anthony Lynch
    2020
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  12. Idlewild The Bird 2014
    Idlewild The Bird 2014
    In Italy, the house wine is often light, fresh, aromatic, and firmly structured so as to pair beautifully next a wide range of foods. That is the inspiration for The Bird. Black cherries, anise, fresh strawberries, freshly turned soil, and spicy floral tones highlight the aromatic profile. The mouthfeel is fresh and bright, leans towards a touch of mouth filling richness, and then quickly moves to a clean and firm food driven finish. IDLEWILD
    2014
    Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo
    USA
    362
  13. Correggia Nebbiolo La Val dei Preti 2017
    Correggia Nebbiolo La Val dei Preti 2017
    From the oldest vines on the property, this beautiful Nebbiolo resonates with a beguiling mix of florals, spiced fruit and earthy aromas. Composed flavours of crushed raspberries, black plums and violets fill the mouth, fanning out into a fine flow of tannins. There’s an extra layer of complexity, the tannins are very fine and inky adding a bitter chocolate finish to the ripe and powerful core. A Nebbiolo styled with grace and harmony. GABRIELLE POY, PWS
    2016
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  14. Massolino Langhe Nebbiolo 2019
    Massolino Langhe Nebbiolo 2019

    The 2019 Langhe Nebbiolo is a pretty serious wine, as evidenced by its considerable tannic clout. Crushed red berry, spice, mint and chalk open nicely. The 2019 is clearly a wine for the dinner table, not to mention a real gem in this vintage. Vineyard sources are in Alba, Barolo and Barbaresco, while aging was a bit more than a year in cask. ANTONIO GALLONI

    Cherry, liquorice, fragrant too, offering juicy red fruit, gentle tannin grip, lovely freshness set in a medium-bodied, but tightly structured frame. There's a little blood orange and aniseed in the mix too. Very nice. Yum. GARY WALSH, The Wine Front

    Great wine to introduce both variety and the purity of style that is Massolino. Medium weight and delivering classic Nebbiolo aramatics - plum, strawberry, dried herb and wafting crushed petals, lead to a palate that couches gentle fruit and spice within a demure tannin profile. MICHAEL MCNAMARA

    2019
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  15. Brovia Nebbiolo d'Alba 2017
    Brovia Nebbiolo d'Alba 2017
    Brovia have become one of my favourite producers in recent years. Based in Castiglione Falletto and favoruing a "modern classic" style the wines highlight the beauty of the variety and the site largely unfettered by loads of oak or winemaking. Being Castiglione Falleto, you get that mid-point attraction of an aromatic effusiveness of the Barolo and La Morra communes with some of the darker tones and structure of Montforte and Serralunga.

    This 2017 Nebbiolo d'Alba is the perfect introduction to the style of the house as well as being a fairly seductive intro to nebbiolo in general. Soaring aromatics of brusied strawberry, dried petals, liquorice with the hints of earth and herbs. Like any great nebbiolo, you could smell this all day, it's that pretty. Eventually you should drink it though and when you do it's all fresh reds fruits, light Amaro herbs and blue flowers punctuate a reasonably open palate highlighted by a gentle pull of tannin that draws the pliant fruit and drying minerality to delicious end point. It epitomises great nebbiolo d'alba, accessible and ready now and over the next 5 years. MICHAEL MCNAMARA, PWS
    2016
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  16. Mauro Veglio Barolo DOCG 2017
    Mauro Veglio Barolo DOCG 2017

    The 2017 Barolo is a delicious entry-level offering. All the elements just fall into place effortlessly. Sweet red cherry, cedar, dried flowers and spice give this lilting, open-knit Barolo lovely aromatic and flavor complexity. ANTONIO GALLONI

    Red-berry, dog-rose and grilled herb aromas mingle together in the glass along with a whiff of eucalyptus. On the smooth full-bodied palate, notes of licorice and vanilla accent a core of ripe black cherry. Polished, enveloping tannins provide smooth support. KERRIN O'KEEFE

    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
    Special Price $87.00 Regular Price $90.00
  17. Gianfranco Alessandria Barolo DOCG 2017
    Gianfranco Alessandria Barolo DOCG 2017
    Alessandria's 2017 Barolo is a gorgeous wine to drink now and over the next decade. Crushed flowers, spice and sweet red berry fruit grace a Barolo that impresses with its translucence and finesse. All the elements are so nicely balanced. Beams of tannin extend the mid-palate and finish nicely. The straight Barolo has been one of the under the radar gems of Piedmont for years, as it is again in 2017. This is very nicely done. ANTONIO GALLONI
    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  18. Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco 2018
    Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco 2018
     The 2018 Barbaresco is an attractive, open-knit wine to drink now and over the next 10-15 years, maybe more. In 2018 the Produttori did not bottle their Riservas. Instead, all of the best lots of those grapes went into the straight Barbaresco bottling, another in a long string of successes from this historic house. Dark cherry, cedar, tobacco and spice fill out the layers. There is good depth and a good deal of tannin too. ANTONIO GALLONI, Vinous.com
    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  19. Giovanni Rosso Barolo Serralunga d'Alba 2017
    Giovanni Rosso Barolo Serralunga d'Alba 2017
    The Giovanni Rosso 2017 Barolo del Comune di Serralunga d'Alba shows the true grit and balanced power of this celebrated village. The wine sits pretty in the glass with a dark garnet hue and faint touches of red brick. Dried blackberry and cassis segue to earthy tones, rusty metal, tea leaf and dried orange peel. Those reddish mineral tones follow until the end, giving more structure and power to this hot-vintage Barolo. MONICA LARNER, www.robertparker.com
    2016
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  20. Rizzi Barbaresco Nervo Fondetta 2017
    Rizzi Barbaresco Nervo Fondetta 2017
    Rose, violet and perfumed berry aromas lead the nose followed by whiffs of camphor and culinary spice. Full bodied, supremely elegant and surprisingly fresh for the hot vintage, the savory palate delivers ripe Marasca cherry, crushed raspberry, licorice and crushed mint alongside taut, refined tannins. Fresh acidity keeps it impeccably balanced. Drink 2022–2032. (95) KERRIN O'KEEFE, www.wineentusiast.com

    The south-facing Nervo vineyard is located at an altitude of over 300 metres, which may account for its elegance. Ernesto Dellapiana and his son Enrico produce wines with a light touch, and their Nervo is aged in concrete tanks as well as casks. The red-fruit nose is intense and pure, and the attack supple and silky. There's a taut structure here, and fine acidity that keeps it lively and peppery. This wine is marked by energy, stylishness, and persistence. STEPHEN BROOK, Decanter
    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
  21. Mauro Veglio Barolo Gattera 2017
    Mauro Veglio Barolo Gattera 2017
    To me this is the most surprising of all the wines from the Veglio range in 2017. Alessandro has replaced his uncle's plot from within this famed vineyard with his own plot and in so doing, the wine is more defined, cooler fruited and ultimately more expressive and beautiful. This 2017 is a revelation. Mint, liquorice, cherry and cut hay mix with orange rind, framing an expressive and energy driven palate with red fruits and long, fine and chalky tannins. Lovely wine and the best wine I have ever seen from Veglio off this site. MICHAEL MCNAMARA, PWS
    2017
    Nebbiolo
    Italy
    457
    Special Price $115.00 Regular Price $135.00
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