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1967 Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio - Barolo Nebbiolo - Italy - Piedmont - Barolo - Castiglione Falletto - Red

Italy - Piedmont - Barolo - Castiglione Falletto

Red Nebbiolo
Producer Notes

For over a century and a half, the Mascarello family has been tending vineyards in the Piedmont region. The "Monprivato" vineyard (located in the village of Castiglione Falletto) is the crown jewel for this estate and enjoys a prime location. It resides on a hillside composed of clayey-silt marl with elements of limestone. The grapes are treated with the utmost attention from the moment they are... More »

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Comm: 2009-2009 VF: 1977-1992

Author Ricknat1
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.332%
Tasted On 11/05/2009
Drink Dates 2009+

Multi Commune blend. Darker, medium brown, sherry like appearance. Richer nose, not not pronounced. But in the mouth it is round, full, soft, fruity and reasonably complex. Very nice. Worth owning. My first Mascarello that was not a Bartolo. This was tasted at an Acker Wine event on 11/4/09 hosted by Antonio Galloni. 13 wines from the 1960s were tasted in 4 flights at dinner at Alto in Manhattan. The wines were double decanted just prior to the tasting, so some of the wines may have need more time and may be rated in range.

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Author Jeff
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.157%
Tasted On 03/05/2009

Slo-o'd for 3 hrs then drank over the following 2.5 hrs. Wow is this young! Beautiful dark ruby with just a touch of lightening at the rim. Beautiful nose of goudron and candied sour cherries with a touch of earth. Explosive in the mouth, with lots of tannins buffeted by bracing acidity. Beautiful wine, can age for another 10-20yrs easily. ****1/2 / *****

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1960s Barolo Tasting at Alto
This was a dinner held by David hamburger of Acker Wines and hosted by Antonio Galloni of the Wine Advocate.  The wines were al Barolos from the 1960s and were served in four flights after numerous delicious hors d'oeurves...

Created  Nov 5, 2009
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