2015 Bruno di Rocca Barbaresco
Nebbiolo - 1.5L
  • WS 94
  • JS 93
  • WA 92
  • VN 90
  • DC 90

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Reg: $144.94

$114.94

In Stock: 24+ btls
Ships Immediately

Pre-Arrival: 0 btls
ETA: Pending

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WS 94
Wine Spectator, January 2019
A pretty red, leading with rose, strawberry and cherry aromas and flavors allied to an elegant frame, this is firmly structured, if a bit lacier in texture than many 2015s, with accents of earth, tobacco and tar. Ends... expand A pretty red, leading with rose, strawberry and cherry aromas and flavors allied to an elegant frame, this is firmly structured, if a bit lacier in texture than many 2015s, with accents of earth, tobacco and tar. Ends with a chalky feel. Best from 2022 through 2040. — B.S. collapse
JS 93
jamessuckling.com, September 2018
Aromas of fresh plums and spices with hints of cedar following through to a medium body with tight and firm tannins. A flavorful finish. Juicy and spicy at the end. Drink now or hold.
WA 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, June 2018
Bruno Rocca's beautiful 2015 Barbaresco sees fruit sourced from various parcels, including the lower part of the Currà cru and the Fausoni vineyard. The farming crew was especially careful not to pull too many leaves... expand Bruno Rocca's beautiful 2015 Barbaresco sees fruit sourced from various parcels, including the lower part of the Currà cru and the Fausoni vineyard. The farming crew was especially careful not to pull too many leaves during this hot summer, thus safeguarding much of the wine's natural acidity. Those watchful farming procedures also did much to guarantee primary fruit freshness and purity. Those results include dark cherry and blackberry aromas with spicy herbal notes on the close. The wine's texture is silky, and the tannins show a mild point of dryness. - Monica Larner collapse
VN 90
Vinous, October 2017
Just bottled a month ago, the 2015 Barbaresco offers lovely mid-palate depth and suppleness in a forward style that will provide considerable pleasure upon release. Pliant and inviting, with soft contours for a recently... expand Just bottled a month ago, the 2015 Barbaresco offers lovely mid-palate depth and suppleness in a forward style that will provide considerable pleasure upon release. Pliant and inviting, with soft contours for a recently bottled wine, the 2015 makes its case with generous, radiant fruit and an inviting personality that will be hard to resist. collapse
DC 90
Decanter, October 2018
Oz Clarke: This is quite nice with round, mellow plum flesh fruit, some sap, bitter bark and a little dough. Not bad. Sarah Jane Evans MW: This is the essence of savouriness. It has a firm rasp of tannin, autumnal fruits... expand Oz Clarke: This is quite nice with round, mellow plum flesh fruit, some sap, bitter bark and a little dough. Not bad. Sarah Jane Evans MW: This is the essence of savouriness. It has a firm rasp of tannin, autumnal fruits, a dense concentrated palate and very long finish. Tina Gelli: This is nice and savoury with a depth of ripe, tart and fresh black cherry fruit. There’s some earthy notes and a linear acidity that benefits from some air. Recommended by Michael Hill Smith MW Read more at https://www.decanter.com/wine-reviews/italy/piedmont/bruno-rocca-barbaresco-piedmont-italy-2015-26492#tTUMD4YrUczthZxp.99 collapse
Category Description
Color & Type Red
Varietal Nebbiolo
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Sub-region Barbaresco
Vintage 2015
Size 1.5L
Percent alcohol 14.5%
Closure Cork