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Brovia, Piedmont 2013

Brovia is one of Piedmont’s historic families & can trace its lineage back to 1863. Brovia bottles single-vineyard Barolos from Rocche di Castiglione, Villero and Garblèt Sué, all in Castiglione Falletto, and Brea in Serralunga, plus a straight Barolo that is made mostly from young vine Brea fruit. 

"This is a stellar set of wines from Brovia. The wines have shut down considerably since bottling. Whereas so many 2013s have moved towards a direction of finesse, Brovia's 2013s are among the biggest wines of the vintage today. Naturally, at this level, wines are like a great book with many chapters. These will be thrilling wines to follow for several decades. The 2013 Barolos were vinified in cement and spent approximately a year and a half in Slavonian oak casks followed by another year and a half in French oak casks. The straight Barolo is aged entirely in Slavonian oak. Beginning in 2010 all of the vineyards have been farmed with a greater attention to sustainability. Stylistically, the 2013s recall both the 2004s and 2008s, with a similar sweetness in the tannin and expressive aromatics, but more mid-palate depth and stuffing. If that sounds appealing, well, it is. Readers should do everything possible to add some of these wines to their cellars."
-- Antonio Galloni, February 2017

*Wines due September 2018, Full offer out soon.

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