Saturday, March 11, 2017

GREAT WINES of ITALY 2017 @ IAC New York

James Suckling's 
Great Wines of Italy 2017 was a Bacchanalian delight.
Attendees, Wine Aficionados, Critics and Media were lavished
with some of the best wines on the market today, and now available
in New York City.

Roberto Bruno with an exceptional Barolo, 
SERRALUNGA D'ALBA 2012 92 Pts. Barolo Vigna La Rosa 2010 96 Pts.
The interesting propertyof this fine expression, 
it is reminiscent of a Pinot Noir,in color and texture 
but bolder and full bodied in taste.

Great Wines of Italy
IAC Building 555 18th street, NYC.

Jean with a very distinct Barolo 2012, by Paolo Contero 
Barolo GINESTRA 2012 94 Pts.

The Barolo wines thus far were all super fine but
this excellent Bruno Giacosa Barbaresco, the Rabaja' 2013 99Pts.
Arienda Agricola FALLETTO di Bruno Giacosa
stuck in my mind as an amazingly delicious wine.

Great Wines need to be paired with great food and 
James Suckling provided, a variety of Italian Cured Meats,
Fine cheeses, olives and breads. My favorite though was the
Risotto and Wild Mushrooms with Basil Truffle oil.

TOMMASI Family Estates

VALDICAVA  BRUNELO Di Montalcino 2007
was well balanced and full bodied with expressions 
of Plum, spices and flowers with velvety tannins. 98 Pts.

Pietro Ratti of RENATTO RATTI with 
Barolo 2012 Marsenasco 94 Pts. and Nebbiolo Lanche 2014 91 Pts.

Rocche dei Manzoni
Barolo Perno Vigna LAPPELLA 2012 95 Pts.
Barolo Bricco San Pietro 2012 95 Pts.

Barolo Montefalletto 2012  94 Pts.
Barolo Bricco Gattera 2012  93Pts.

Chianti Classico Riserva 2013 91 Pts.
Chianti Classico Bellezza Gran Selezione 2012 92 Pts.

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