Bruno Giacosa's Nebbiolo d'Alba is an elegant red wine; it is ruby red in color with reflections that tend to garnet. The nose is intense and broad on the nose, distinguishable hints of red fruits and floral notes of violets and roses. Memories of musk and spice. The sip is full and dry, well balanced by excellent freshness. Pleasantly tannic. Excellent in combination with red meat, game and game.
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Elegant but overpriced
I had the 2018 vintage and found it well balanced and subtle, much to admire but perhaps lacking the intensity and complexity that you might find in other wines of comparable price, like the Produttori de Barberesco flagship. When you have the choice of an older Barolo or Barbaresco for the same money (or just a little more) on this site, I don't think I'd buy it again.
Une référence quant au nom du faiseur.
Avec Bruno Giacosa il est difficile d’être déçu. Par conséquent vous pouvez y aller les yeux fermés et si vous êtes patients gardez-le en cave il n'en sera que meilleur.
Class, local traditions, territory. No jeery marketing, no annoying performances or pursuit of fame and glory. Only wines, authentic Langa distillates, and that's it. This is the philosophy Bruno Giacosa, a winery for which presentations are really superfluous. A unique player in this extraordinary World Heritage Site, Giacosa has been active for half a century in the biggest names in the Alba area, including Barolo, Barbaresco and Roero. An incisive and unique character, he...