I rolled the dice and opened this gem—a gift from my family—this past weekend. A double six, in perfect condition! You never know with 20
Barolo can be a real sorehead when young—ungenerous, stubborn, and severe. This one has more youthful charm and is a great value for the price.
As we left Cinque Terre behind, heading toward Piemonte on our month-long visit to Northern Italy, we were feeling really rotten having picked up a
Two recent reports suggest fundamental changes in the wine world in the not-too-distant future. First up, Antonio Cevola reports on the “Burgundization of Barolo”: Today,
Wine is extraordinary because, unlike other foods and beverages, it can improve with age. The best reason to drink aged wines is that they develop
Barolo is like the brilliant, teenage lout who, as he ages and gains wisdom, lives on the edge between exquisite, refined eccentricity and cynical misanthropy.