Brovia Barolo Ca Mia
Barolo DOCG Piemonte
The grapes are picked by hand in the second part of October. Fermentation is controlled at around 28°C and lasts some 15-20 days. Maturation is in a single ‘botti’ of 30hl for two years. After this period the wine is bottled without filtration.
A powerful Barolo that requires at least ten years in bottle, the most muscular and tannic of the crus.14.5%
Wine Advocate October 2008 96 points
The 2004 Barolo Ca- Mia, from the Brea vineyard in Serralunga, is breathtaking. Vibrant black cherries, violets, tar, smoke, menthol and spices flow from this richly-textured, weighty Barolo. The wine turns more balsamic in the glass, with layers of aromas and flavors that continue to emerge. This is a firm but gorgeous traditionally-styled gem of a wine to cellar and enjoy over the following decades. Today the wine remains understandably reticent, but from time to time the inner core of perfumed fruit makes a brief appearance. It is without question one of the finest wines I have ever tasted from Brovia and is not to be missed. Will the 2004 Villero be even better? Anticipated maturity: 2014-2029.
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