|Region:||Italy / Piemonte|
A good show of La Morra’s elegance and austerity from a traditionalist house. Long maceration, large barrels, 30+ y.o. vines. While it drinks very well, more time is needed to unlock the layer cake of nuances. At this point it is undeniably pretty, but somewhat shy. I believe a 4*rating is simply a matter of 5-10 years. Delicate nose, fennel, liquorice, menthol, leather, underbrush and hay. Round with suede tannins. Serious and delicate. Very dry and earthy, fruit plays the second fiddle here.