2007 F Ili Brovia Barolo Rocche

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  • Nebbiolo
  • 750ML
  • WA 96
  • IWC 93
  • WE 92

Reviews for 2007 F Ili Brovia Barolo Rocche

WA 96
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, October 2011
The 2007 Barolo Rocche emerges from the glass with freshly cut roses sweet berries and spices. The Rocche is always the most open of Brovia's single vineyard Baroli. In 2007 the wine has an extra dimension of textural... The 2007 Barolo Rocche emerges from the glass with freshly cut roses sweet berries and spices. The Rocche is always the most open of Brovia's single vineyard Baroli. In 2007 the wine has an extra dimension of textural richness that makes it incredibly appealing even at this young stage. Floral notes reappear on the silky pure finish. This is a fabulous showing but the wine will be even better in a few years. Anticipated maturity: 2017-2027. Brovia's 2007 Baroli are just as impressive from bottle as they were when I tasted them from barrel late last year. --- Antonio Galloni
IWC 93
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, November 2011
Good fresh full red. Ripe currant and plum aromas lifted by a strong violet quality. Sweet silky and light on its feet with terrific energy and lift to the fruit and floral flavors. Wonderfully fine-grained Barolo... Good fresh full red. Ripe currant and plum aromas lifted by a strong violet quality. Sweet silky and light on its feet with terrific energy and lift to the fruit and floral flavors. Wonderfully fine-grained Barolo finishing with suave tannins that coat the front teeth. For all its early appeal there's excellent medicinal reserve here as well. 93+
WE 92
Wine Enthusiast - Wine Enthusiast, September 2011
Barolo Rocche opens with inky-dark concentration chewy ripe cherry flavors and lingering hints of cola mint and licorice. The more the wine opens in the glass the more it evolves aromatically to include tones of barbecue... Barolo Rocche opens with inky-dark concentration chewy ripe cherry flavors and lingering hints of cola mint and licorice. The more the wine opens in the glass the more it evolves aromatically to include tones of barbecue mesquite and smoke. - M.L.