"The smallest MGA, with only 1ha of vines, Bricco Rocche is a monopole of the Ceretto family and was first crafted as a single cru in 1982. Sitting at the top of the hill, it is bathed in sun throughout the day. Pretty and fragrant, the nose is redolent of classic rose accents along with spice, mint and hints of tar. Quite rich and sumptuous on the palate with fleshy fruit reined in by sneaky tannins, this remains graceful in its execution, displaying exceptional inner-mouth perfume and a tangy, sappy finish."
96 points, Michaela Morris, Decanter Nov 2020.