Barbaresco “Il Bricco” DOCG 2014

    Pio Cesare | Piedmont
    Pio Cesare | Via Cesare Balbo 6 | IT 12051 Alba

    Barbaresco "Il Bricco" DOCG 2014

    Barbaresco Il Bricco presents itself with more depth than the "normal" Barbaresco. In the bouquet dark red stone fruit, menthol, spices, leather and some cedar wood. On the palate, already at a young age, it is powerful and with a lot of muscle power, which, together with the harmoniously balanced tannin and acid structure, gives a glimpse of a great, long life with a hopeful development. SUPERIORE.DE

    "Intense ruby with a light garnet edge. The nose initially shows subtle smoky notes, then full-bodied plums, blackberries and forest raspberries. On the palate it is firm and full-bodied, unfolds with present, dense tannin, finely coated with sweet enamel, firm, very juicy, firm pressure in the finish". Falstaff

    "A beefy version, with rich, dense tannins, evoking flavors of cherry, wild herbs, menthol and tobacco. A hefty dose of oak adds sweet spice details and tannins. Needs time to absorb the oak. Best from 2022 through 2038." Wine Spectator

    "Extremely perfumed aromas with dried flowers, light stems, fresh herbs and dried strawberries. Medium to full body, firm and silky tannins and a linear and bright finish. So delicious now." James Suckling

    75,90 €

    05363014 · 0,75 l · 101,20 €/l · Price (DE) incl. VAT, excl. Shipping< 24 units available

    Product Details
    • Wine Classics: Barbaresco
    • Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
    • Cultivation: conventional
    • Expansion: 42 months 75/25 barrique/tonneau
    • Development: partial barrique
    • Filtration: no
    • Alcohol Content: 14,50 % vol
    • Closure: natural corks
    • Serving Temperature: 16-18 °C
    • Storage Potential: 2032+
    • Allergen Note: contains sulphites
    • Tannin-containing and/or acid-stressed
    Fits to:
    • Dark Poultry
    • Cheese well matured
    stored air-conditioned
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