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2000 Bruno Giacosa - Barbaresco Riserva Asili (Red Label) Nebbiolo - Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco - Red

Italy - Piedmont - Barbaresco

Red Nebbiolo
WA 98
IWC 97
WS 98
Drink Dates
Comm: 2013-2024 WA: 2011-2020 WS: 2008+
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750ml $359.00

IWC 97
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 117

($180) Good deep red. Knockout nose reminded me of great grand cru Burgundy : superripe red fruits, tobacco, minerals and smoke. As chewy as a solid yet utterly smooth, with extraordinary inner-mouth floral character and a sappy sweetness. Expands spectacularly toward the back, finishing with very suave, late-arriving tannins and compelling length. At once more perfumed, concentrated and structured than the Santo Stefano. I underestimated this great wine when I tasted it two years ago.

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WA 98
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 195
Drink Dates 2011-2020

The 2000 Barbaresco Riserva Asili is as it always has been; impeccably refined, nuanced and silky from start to finish. I have tasted (or drunk!) this wine at least a dozen times since it was first released. The bouquet shows the faintest signs of positive development while the fruit remains vibrant and beautifully articulated. I don't see the 2000 Asili Riserva being one of the longest lived Red Labels, but it is unquestionably striking in its beauty. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2020.

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WS 98
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2008+

Decadent. Starts with wonderfully fresh aromas of sliced plum, cedar, tobacco and meat, then evolves into floral and strawberry aromas. Full-bodied, with ultrafine, silky tannins and gloriously fresh, bright fruit. The refined finish goes on and on. One of the greatest wines ever from Bruno Giacosa. 1,165 cases made.

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Author ebgreenb
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95.96%
Tasted On 10/22/2012
Drink Dates 2012-2023

Incredible wine. Dark ruby with aromas of roses and strawberries. Ultra-smooth with beautiful tannins and deep red fruit flavor with undertones of tobacco and leather, but with a light mouth-feel. Best wine we've tasted in a while. Absolutely essential to decant this several hours beforehand as it improves dramatically when out of the bottle.

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Author VinoDeparture
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.423%
Tasted On 05/05/2010
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Author Jeff
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.157%
Tasted On 07/04/2008
Drink Dates 2015-2025

Beautiful deep  ruby.  initial nose of bright cherries and spice, with obvious tannins and alcohol.  over the next 3 hours, classic goudron on the nose emerges.  still very tannic, but with a long long finish.  obviously a very very well made wine, but not yielding nearly as much as it will in 10-15 yrs. ****/***** but tough to completely judge

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