Thursday's Wine: 2001 Marchesi di Barolo Riserva

It's always nice to purchase a nice Barolo. Keep in mind that a good Barolo is best when aged.
On the palate this particular wine is rich, with clean cherry fruit that gains direction from spicy berry fruit acidity, and is supported by smooth tannins that do display a slight peppery burr, and flow into a fairly long clean berry fruit finish with some leathery overtones. Pairs well with roasted pheasant, quail, goose and truffles.
Price: $108.00

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