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Average Score 94.0
The only new wines ready for review during my visit to Produttori del Barbaresco this spring were the 2014 Barbaresco and the 2015 Langhe Nebbiolo. The 2014 Barbaresco will hit the market in September and is being released a bit earlier, because the 2013 Barbaresco is already sold out. Like the other important voices from the area, general manager Aldo Vacca sings high praises for the 2014 vintage. In addition to the wine reviewed below, this important cooperative will be making its single-vineyard Riserva wines in 2014. These include the nine expressions from Asili, Ovello, Rio Sordo, Montefico, Rabajà, Pora, Montestefano, Pajè and Muncagota. Because these wines are made as Riservas, they are released one year later. In this case, we can expect the series of 2014 Barbaresco Riservas to hit the market next year. The 2014 vintage did see passing summer storms in Barbaresco, but they were dispersed and not as severe as elsewhere—Aldo Vacca tells me: "The grapes had ample time to recuperate because this was a very late harvest." Fruit came off the vines at the end of October and therefore enjoyed a full two months (September and October) to come to maturity. The selection of cru Riserva wines was made in 2013 and these wines were just going into bottle during my visit. These will start hitting the market at the beginning of 2018. No cru Riservas were made in 2012, because there was a lot of humidity in the summer air and September was scorching hot, forcing an early harvest. That means the line of nine Riserva wines will be made in 2013, 2014, 2015 and definitely 2016. This will be the first time since the founding of the winery in 1958 that four vintages in a row meet the high Riserva standards. Jun 2017, www.robertparker.com, Drink: 2018-2030