The 2012 Barolo Garblèt Sue’ is the most linear and sinewy of these wines. Bright red cherry, pomegranate, orange peel and white pepper are some of the notes that emerge, but once again, the Garblèt Sue’ is mostly identified by its overall structural feel. Intense and long on the palate, but with a bit less mid-palate richness, the Garblèt Sue’ is another strong effort from Brovia. As always, the Garblèt Sue’ is a bit rustic, especially in its tannins.
93 points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous (Mar 2016)