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Albe is a tribute to the masters of the 1950s and 60s, to those winemakers who had the vision and the taste to blend some of the most amazing crus in order to achieve a Barolo of balance and charm.
The high-elevation vineyards for Barolo Albe have an exposure ranging from south-south-east to south- west. The grapes are usually picked in the second half of the Nebbiolo harvest. Vinification is done in custom-designed vertical vats, with gentle punch down and pumpovers. Maceration lasts 25 days on average. Malolactic conversion occurs in stainless steel the following spring. Albe rests on average between 30 and 36 months in large (40, 50 and 75hL) Slavonian oak casks. The wine is usually racked once a year. Blending is decided in the spring prior to bottling.
Juicy, red fruits and mint, exotic spice, dried roses. It’s a classic Barolo in feel, red fruits and supple tannin, a little bit ferrous too, quiet perfume, and a long finish of offering gentle stony grip and rosehip and orange peel fragrance to close. Excellent.
94 points, The Wine Front
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