Vietti

Barbaresco Masseria 2011

tanninreich
frische Säure
voluminös & kräftig
95–96
100
2
Nebbiolo 100%
5
rot
14,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2017–2041
Verpackt in: 6er
3
Lobenberg: 95–96/100
Galloni: 94/100
Suckling: 94/100
6
Italien, Piemont
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Barbaresco Masseria 2011

95–96
/100

Lobenberg: Dunkles Rot mit Pflaumennoten. Es folgt eine süße, üppige Nase nach Kirschen, Pflaumen, Zedernholz, Leder, Erde und Gewürzen. Im Mund sehr tief und einnehmend, voller Körper, mundfüllend, weich und außerordentlich gut balanciert. 95-96/100

94
/100

Galloni über: Barbaresco Masseria

-- Galloni: Vietti's 2011 Barbaresco Masseria is gorgeous. Floral and spiced notes meld into a core of rich, generous fruit in an ample, large-scaled Barbaresco built on pure resonance. The Masseria is vinified and aged like Vietti's single-vineyard Barolos, which is to say long fermentations, six months in French oak and two-plus years in cask. That, along with the warm vintage and broad shoulders of Neive yields a Barbaresco with distinct Barolo inflections. With time in the glass, the wine gains volume and breadth. Priced at half the level of Vietti's vineyard designate Barolos, the Masseria is a fabulous value relative to other wines of this pedigree. -- Antonio Galloni 94/100

94
/100

Suckling über: Barbaresco Masseria

-- Suckling: A beautiful single cru with depth and richness. Very velvety. Full-bodied with a round, velvety texture and a balsamic, earth, dried-fruit and plum aftertaste. This has concentration and depth for the future but delicious already. 94/100

Parker über: Barbaresco Masseria

-- Parker: The 2011 Barbaresco Masseria could be classified as a Riserva given the fact it sees one extra year of aging before its commercial release. In an effort to adhere to local tradition, the word Riserva is not used. The wine offers ample expressiveness with dark consistency and beautifully intense aromas of dark fruit, spice and toasted almond. It is aged in botte grande for 36 months.

Mein Winzer

Vietti

Die Familie Vietti erzeugt Wein seit vier Generationen in Castglione Falletto im Herzen des Anbaugebiets Barolo. Seit 1957 war der 2012 verstorbene Alfredo Currado für den Ausbau der Weine verantwortlich, schon 1961 begann er die großen Lagen separat zu vinifizieren. Vietti war es vorbehalten, den...