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[…]The Barolo zone forms a rugged, tall rectangle, lying southwest of Alba. The communes that it comprises (see map, p38) are: Verduno, in the north; the tiny sliver of Roddi to the east of that; then continuing round clockwise, Grinzane Cavour, Diano d’Alba, and the long slopes of Serralunga d’Alba; in the south lies Monforte d’Alba, the second largest of the communes; then Novello to the west, with the commune of Barolo above it.[…]
“If you love the biggest and boldest of Barolos, this beautiful wine is for you. It puts orth power and determination with confidence thanks to its aromas of barbecue spice, mesquite, roasted espresso bean, vanilla and ripe red cherry. Give it five more years.”