Poderi Colla Barolo Dardi Le Rose Bussia 2004, Docg

Barolo Barolo
Piedmont, Italy

$51.95 (596890)

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92 pts
5
October 11, 2008

Critic Reviews (4)

Nancy Morgan
Nancy Morgan

Don't go near this tannic monster for another 5 years. It should evolve into a remarkable wine. Full-bodied with tar...

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Robert Parker
Robert Parker

Poderi Colla has produced a big, masculine wine with their 2004 Barolo Bussia Dardi/Le Rose. Huge, brooding aromas of...

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Ted Able
Ted Able

Fresh acidity, structured tannins, lasting finish, rich, tobacco, cigar, dried fruits.

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It's only wine but I like it
It's only wine but I like it

Traditional Barolo (read no over- oaking. over-ripening) here from Poderi Colla. At nearly 15 years of age, the flavours have mellowed into the dried fruit spectrum and, as one would have expected, tannin softened. Long, complex and so damn delicious, this wine reminds me that Nebbiolo is perhaps my favourite grape variety when done right (and it is done right here). Super wine here. Tasted May 2019.

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