Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2016

9.043 ratings on Delectable$35.99

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Shengli Hu Delectable Pro

Lifted aromas of rose water, savory mushroom, fresh and juicy raspberry and strawberry, prune, clove, stem, spearmint, and citrus oil the nose. Uber tart tomato, sour cherry, leather, tar, and mint on the palate. High acidity, long finish. Tight tannins.

Lifted aromas of rose water, savory mushroom, fresh and juicy raspberry and strawberry, prune, clove, stem, spearmint, and citrus oil the nose. Uber tart tomato, sour cherry, leather, tar, and mint on the palate. High acidity, long finish. Tight tannins.

9.3

Will Stanley Delectable Pro

My first words when tasting this wine, spat out almost along with the liquid in my mouth, were ‘holy shit’. For various reasons: the incredible follow-on from what was a very intoxicating nose; the explosion of searingly dry acidity and tannin on the palate; and, ultimately, the tremendous quality (and value) of this wine. Locked and loaded with tart cherry, strawberry compote, umami, menthol, violet and tar, this is a profoundly complex Barbaresco built for the long haul. It’s far too young now - almost undrinkably so (almost..) even after a five hour decant - but everything’s there. The finish, though it drags every last vestige of moisture from your mouth with it, is delightfully long. I shan’t touch any more of these for at least another five years, but can’t wait to do so.

My first words when tasting this wine, spat out almost along with the liquid in my mouth, were ‘holy shit’. For various reasons: the incredible follow-on from what was a very intoxicating nose; the explosion of searingly dry acidity and tannin on the palate; and, ultimately, the tremendous quality (and value) of this wine. Locked and loaded with tart cherry, strawberry compote, umami, menthol, violet and tar, this is a profoundly complex Barbaresco built for the long haul. It’s far too young now - almost undrinkably so (almost..) even after a five hour decant - but everything’s there. The finish, though it drags every last vestige of moisture from your mouth with it, is delightfully long. I shan’t touch any more of these for at least another five years, but can’t wait to do so.

9.5

Stephen Osgood

16s are pretty. $40 for killer Barbaresco still remains one of the top values in the wine world. Love PdB.

16s are pretty. $40 for killer Barbaresco still remains one of the top values in the wine world. Love PdB.

9.1

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The 2016 Barbaresco is a stunning wine with tremendous richness for this bottling. Ample, deep and powerful, the 2016 exudes pedigree and class from start to finish. I can't remember a straight Barbaresco here with this much fruit density and unctuous richness, and yet there is more than enough tannin and overall structure to give the wine its classically leaning feel. A blast of sweet red cherry fruit, tobacco, menthol licorice and smoke hits the potent finish. What a wine! (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, November 2019)

The 2016 Barbaresco is a stunning wine with tremendous richness for this bottling. Ample, deep and powerful, the 2016 exudes pedigree and class from start to finish. I can't remember a straight Barbaresco here with this much fruit density and unctuous richness, and yet there is more than enough tannin and overall structure to give the wine its classically leaning feel. A blast of sweet red cherry fruit, tobacco, menthol licorice and smoke hits the potent finish. What a wine! (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, November 2019)

9.4