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Dante Rivetti, Barbaresco Bricco Riserva 1998

While Barolo’s ability to age is very well known, many of our go-to Italian reds from last century come from its next-door neighbor in Barbaresco. What we look for are traditional producers who farmed old vineyards in balanced vintages. And what we often find is mature wine offering phenomenal value for the price. This 25 year-old Barbaresco from Dante Rivietti illustrates that perfectly.
$145 Slash Icon Showing Old Cost of Item, 14500
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Here's what you should know about it:
  • This wine is made from old-vine nebbiolo planted around the family’s farmhouse in the village of Neive in Barbaresco.
  • ‘Riserva’ indicates that the wine was aged for an extended time before release, adding structure and ageability.
  • Over time, the tannins in this wine have softened, and its tart fruit and floral flavors have been largely replaced by savory, earthy ones.
Things we actually said...

“Whether you’re a fan of Barolo, Burgundy, or you just want to try a wine from the ‘90s that’s in a great place right now, this bottle fits the bill.”

— Matt Tervooren, Parcelle Wine
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