This so-called protest label was created when this former-Barolo was declassified to Langhe status. As a joke, the wine was dubbed "no name" and the moniker was destined to stick. The Borgogno 2016 Langhe Nebbiolo No Name is a good wine to keep in mind when you're looking for standard Nebbiolo typicity at a more attractive price point. This is a bright and easy expression with layers of cherry, cassis and blackberry. You also get light touches of licorice, tar and iron ore.
89 points, Monica Larner, Wine Advocate (Jul 2020)