Deep red. Classic Barolo nose offers plum, redcurrant, mocha, camphor and loamy underbrush. Dense, layered and large-scaled; wonderfully sweet and full. Following the 2008s, this is downright velvety and very expressive, yet still very young. Perhaps best today on the very long, soil-driven finish, which saturates the tongue with fine tannins and leaves behind a lovely, persistent, subtle perfume.
95+ points, Stephen Tanzer's Int'l Wine Cellar (Oct/Nov 2011)
The 2007 Barolo Aeroplan Servaj is plush, rich and voluminous, all qualities that are typical of the year. Dark red cherries, mocha, flowers and spices are woven together beautifully in this soft (for Barolo), sensual wine. Silky tannins frame the rich, seamless finish. The 2007 probably won’t be a long-term ager, but my guess is most bottles will have long been enjoyed before that is an issue. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2025.
93 points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (Issue # 200 - Apr 2012)
Blackberries and flowers on the nose follow through to a full body, with chewy tannins and a mouth-puckering finish. Needs a number of years to soften. This is a new wine from the super winemaker Dominico Clerico. It comes from rented vineyards of Serralunga and means “wild airplane?” Cool labels -- six in total. Try in 2015.
93 points, James Suckling (Jul 2012)