"The 2015 Barolo is almost all fruit from Serralunga d'Alba (this township makes up 99% of the blend), with a tiny part from Castiglione Falletto. Fruit comes from five vineyard sites, including Briccolina, Collaretto, Broglio and Le Turne, all in Serralunga d'Alba. The complex nature of the blend represents old-school Barolo tradition, and it works beautifully in a warm vintage such as this. (That Serralunga d'Alba's rich marlstone soil keeps the moisture of the vintage locked within.) This is a full and exuberant expression with a well-defined profile of spice, rusty nail, potting soil and truffle. Overall, this vintage is accessible, soft and delicious from the start." 93 points, Monica Larner, The Wine Advocate #243.
"Savoury, with tea, tar, thyme but pretty too, red fruits and sour cherry. Middle-weight, sappy freshness, red fruits in the main, fine dusty tannin, crisp and moderately long to close. Very nicely done, and more to come. Barolo 101, in the best sense." 92 points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.