The ‘14 vintage was not great for Barolo, but some vineyards made outstanding wine in smaller amounts. The “secret” here is that the Nebbiolo from this 13th century winery is, in fact, Barolo from their best vineyard! All the hallmarks, too: ruby color; cherry, plum, tar, and rose on the nose; a finish of delicate herbs, acidity and notes of black licorice. Put it with duck prosciutto, salty cheese, pasta with cream or butter, game, truffles, capers, and olives. Anything rich.