Bartolo Mascarello Barolo 2007
Since the 1940s, Bartolo Mascarello was known for his traditional, rustic winemaking practices in the Langhe, advocating for ‘old-school’ methods of producing legendary Nebbiolo. A supporter of traditional botti over barrique, as well as ‘cap holding’, Bartolo’s Baroli are known for being rich and concentrated, with strong aromatics and age-worthy potential. The 2007 vintage is weighty and concentrated, full of leathery, red-fruited notes. Expressive, elegant, and abundant in undertones of truffle and earth.