What the Critics say
Alessandria's 2014 Barolo is a gorgeous wine endowed with crystalline tension and purity. Tightly wound and nervous, as so many wines are in this vintage, the Barolo also appears to have quite a bit of potential. Rose petal, lavender, mint and crushed rocks add precision on the close. In 2014, the Barolo includes fruit from San Lorenzo, which was not bottled separately. Drink: 2020-2034' (Feb18)
Antonio Galloni, vinous.com
The Barolo is distinctively elegant, graceful and well-balanced. It is produced from an assemblage of grapes from different Barolo vineyards: Gramolere in the commune of Monforte d'Alba, Pisapola, Riva Rocca Campasso, Rocche dell’Olmo and Boscatto in the commune of Verduno. Also includes fruit from the San Lorenzo which was not bottled separately in 2014.