|Producer:||Giacomo Borgogno & Figli|
|Region:||Italy / Piedmont / Langhe / Barolo/ Barolo|
Bigger and little less dimensional than the ’58, but at the same time it is more focused. Showing age, but in a proper way. Tertiary / oxidative notes are reasonable and in check. The palate is pleasantly sharper. Not only in the acidity aspect, but overall it felt more gathered. Darker and broody, with tar and truffle well intertwined with dark vs. red fruit (think cherry). It was definitely the loudest of the four.