For me, this is a classic Barolo style, by that I mean it tastes as I expect it to taste.
This 2019 vintage is light crimson in appearance, and is light in the mouth, backed by Intense cherry followed by hints of spice, followed by notes of leather and oak.
All the 2019s I have tried have hints of something. None seem to have a solid point e.g. spice, cherry, and so on, everything has ghost-like hints of something.
In this instance, this resulted in a wonderful Barolo that is approachable now,
showing a hint of elegance if a Barolo can do that?
Finishing firm and awash with pleasing acid. The wine is drinking well now, but I suspect it will age gracefully for some years to come, possibly becoming a rather elegant Barolo.
Once again if you can ever use elegant and Barolo in the same sentence.
the Rot has set in.
A Barolo is made for Asian duck cooked in light spices. The wine has the weight of Pinot Noir and an old-world touch of Italy about it, a pleasure to drink!