B-21 Top Recommendation
There is no better, more dramatic village in Barolo to visit than Castiglione Falletto, the home of Brovia, one of the hottest labels in the Piedmont and a favorite B-21 stop. What a great spectrum, and I've got them all for you Barolo fanatics, at big discounts. The 2015s burst with the classic aromas from roses and incense to tar and smoke. In the mouth, strawberries to prunes and black fruits. So velvety you might not even notice the great tannic structure, but it will be in place for years. Brovia makes an unbeatable range, set by vineyards and not trickery of oak in the cellar. In France these would be Grand Cru wines, the very focused Garblèt Sue', the powerful Rocche and the sensuous Ca' Mia. We're in for more Brovia spoils from 2015.