G. D. Vajra Barolo Bricco della Viole 2014 - Liquors Inc.
G. D. Vajra Barolo Bricco della Viole 2014
SKU: 33952

G. D. Vajra Barolo Bricco della Viole 2014

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750ml
$79.99

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Category Red Wine
Varietal
Region Italy, Piedmont, Barolo
Brand G. D. Vajra
Appearance: Bright garnet in colour. Aroma: A very complex nose with black fruits, violet and sambuca flowers and a vivid marasca cherry character. Mouth Feel: Vibrant and dense on the palate, with a hint of graphite and a very long finish. The wine is still young and quite restrained but promises a terrific evolution with ageing.
Wine & Spirits
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The Vajra family’s plots in this cru—one of the highest in the Barolo commune—are usually the last they harvest, and were especially so in the cool 2014 vintage. The wait was worth it, resulting in a ripe, vibrant Barolo, its berry flavors infused with brilliant, mouthwatering acidity. Velvety tannins frame the fruit, leaving room for notes of licorice and mint to emerge.

Peter Liem
Decanter
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50 days of maceration and 30 months in large barrels sculpt a floral, sapid and caressing Barolo of rare nobility. Full, with round tannins. A rich, refreshing style with huge drinkability – and ready now.

Wine Advocate
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Here is a delicate, graceful and deeply floral expression of Nebbiolo. The 2014 Barolo Bricco Delle Viole offers a very polished and fine interpretation with a ready and accessible personality. This is a great wine to order at your favorite restaurant. This vintage is well suited to near and medium-term drinking. The wine sees a long 50-day maceration period, and uniquely designed conical stainless steel vessels are used during fermentation. This is innovative technology meant to mimic traditional winemaking machinery. The 2014 vintage is a bit thinner and more compact in terms of mouthfeel, but the bouquet is bright and vibrant nonetheless. This is a more approachable interpretation of one of Barolo's most elegant and delicate wines.

Monica Larner, June 29, 2018