2001 Vietti Barolo Castiglione (Italy, Piedmont, Langhe, Barolo)

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Barolo, Italy, Langhe, Nebbiolo, Piedmont, Red Wine

After the epic fail of the 2003 Remizieres Crozes, I decided to open this up. It isn’t exactly a mind blowing wine. Certainly good and pleasant. Has typicity. Shows nice red fruit, roses, earth and spice. Very mellow and nice silky texture. Medium finish rounds this one out. Good value at the sub-$30 price tag I acquired it at many years ago, but I don’t think it’s worth any more than that now. Drinking at peak right now and I don’t think it’ll get materially better. The earliest maturing wine in the Vietti Barolo portfolio by a long-shot. 

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