It’s been an exceptional start to the 21st century for Piedmont’s Barolo producers. Michael Garner picks top wines to try, from some of the best Barolo vintages of the past decade. See them here...
Cavallotto, Bricco Boschis, Vigna San Giuseppe Riserva 2001
Youthful, black fruit aromas with notes of tobacco and seasoned leather. Big, deep, rich, round and velvety with dark fruit flavours and savoury earthy notes. Tremendous power. Still climbing. Another 20 years of life ahead.
Price: £63.39-£74.46 (2006) Exel, Lay & Wheeler