Weingut – Massolino
Traubensorte – Nebbiolo
Herkunft – Italien, Piedmont
Appelation – Barolo
Dieser gehaltvolle granatrote Wein überzeugt mit seiner subtilen und dennoch kraftvollen Aromatik von reifen schwarzen Beeren, Kakao, Schokolade und einem Hauch von Vanille. Sanfte Tannine, eine angenehme Frische sowie ein sehr geschmeidiger, fülliger und harmonischer Körper lösen das Versprechen von nachhaltigem Genuss ein.
Winespectator Top 100 – 2020 / 95 Punkte – Massolino Barolo 2016 –
A stream of pure, juicy cherry fruit is at the heart of this red, along with mineral, tobacco and wild herb notes. Firm and tightly wound, with a matrix of dense, refined tannins for support. All the elements are in the right proportions, this just needs time. Best from 2023 through 2045. 5,800 cases made. —BS
The classic Massolino 2016 Barolo sources its fruit from Serralunga d’Alba, although a tiny percentage of Castiglione Falletto is part of the blend. This wine is linear and tight, with an arsenal of important Nebbiolo aromas ranging from red cherry and cassis to spice, smoke, licorice, dried ginger, rusty nail and blood orange. What really stands out is the structural importance of the wine. It delivers firmness and strength, while allowing the delicate side of the grape to coexist without interference. An ample 70,000 bottles of this well-priced Barolo were produced.
There are many great things to write about Massolino, a family winery based in Serralunga d’Alba. As I reflect on these wines, I am struck by the harmony and perfection of the overall portfolio: the clear identity of each product and its placement within the Massolino quality pyramid and the crescendo of wines that culminates with a truly memorable single-vineyard Baroli and the top-shelf Barolo Riserva Vigna Rionda. The portfolio has a few unexpected surprises too, such as a very elegant Moscato d’Asti and a cheerful Riesling. I just learned of a new wine to join the family. Starting with the 2019 vintage, Massolino will introduce a Barbaresco, with a blend of fruit from three sites: Albesani, Serraboella and Starderi in Treiso. A total of four hectares of vines are now under lease, and Massolino set up a small winery in Alba for processing this fruit. We will see this new wine in 2022.
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