All wines over $25 per bottle will be vintage specific. In the case the listed vintage is out of stock, we will inform you via email for approval to go ahead.
James Suckling – A lot of fruit purity in the nose with ripe strawberries, flowers and some crushed stones. Full-bodied with a solid core of fruit and so much power, yet it’s polished and focused and not aggressive. Give it three or four years of bottle age. Plenty of potential here. Try after 2025. 94 points.
Antonio Galloni/Vinous – The 2017 Barolo Cannubi is sensual and inviting from the very first taste. What the 2017 might lack in terms of structure or complexity it more than makes up for with its open, embracing personality. All the elements come together so effortlessly. Sweet red/purplish fruit, rose petal, mint, cedar and sweet pipe tobacco build as this creamy, resonant Barolo develops in the glass. Drink it over the next 15-20 years. 94 points - Antonio Galloni, Vinous. February 2021
Jancis Robinson – Light brick red. Sweet and ripe, really ripe red fruits like dried cherry and a hint of orange and herbs. There's a firm grip but the fruit fills it out from the centre, giving depth, length and incipient harmony. A firm grip, but not at all aggressive. Drink 2023 – 2032. 17/20. Julia Harding MW, jancisrobinson.com. January 2021
Antonio Galloni/Vinous – The 2017 Barolo Bussia is complex and ethereal in the glass. A whole range of floral and spiced notes give the Bussia its striking aromatic presence. Silky and harmonious, the Bussia is already very easy to enjoy. Even so, my impression is that the 2017 is holding back some of its potential. I would give it a few years in bottle. The long, persistent finish is a thing of beauty. There is a lot of wine here. 94 Points - Antonio Galloni, Vinous. February 2021