Azienda Agricola Brovia

Azienda Agricola Brovia

Ca'mia Barolo Nebbiolo 2011

Served with the Vinlog System
👃Wonderful if slightly reticent. Deep, fresh, and perfumed
👅Not fully open? After > 3 hours: elegant, floral, polished. Silky tannins. Lovely finish

The remaining wine was Slow Decanted™️ in my refrigerator

Revisited the wine on two more occasions

DAY 14
Several hours in the glass…
👃Red and purple fruits. Tar with light florals. Bright and chalky
👅Significant fruit with tar, earth, licorice. Spicy
raspberry/cranbery on the long finish. Drinking

Fratelli Brovia remains somewhat under the radar despite producing first tier traditionally styles barolos from excellent vineyards
This Brea has the density expected of a Serralunga barolo coupled with the finesse, nuance, & drinkability that comes from excellent winemaking.
-Pretty lightfooted for a hot vintage
-Totally enjoyable after some time in the
glass on all 3 occasions👏🍷
— a month ago

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Brent Young

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@Daniel Bloom I am evaluating 2011 barolo currently and I have been impressed with them at this stage in their evolution. I didn’t go very deep on the vintage because it was more difficult than other vintages in that era: such as 08, 10, 13 🍷
Daniel Bloom

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@Brent Young Can I join in?
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Please do 👍🍷

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Must be tough to find friends to help “drink down the cellar” — 😂
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@ESF they’re very charitable 😆