'Ca’Mia' is sourced from the best and oldest part of the family’s holding in the centrally located cru of Brea. The vineyard for 'Ca’ Mia' was planted in 1955 on Brea’s limestone-dominated soils - yield a Barolo of boisterous and unabashed lushness. The 2015 is a tour de force, showing great nuance and focus beneath its rush of dark, spice-drenched fruit and stony power. Its tannins, while fresh, are potent and plentiful.
94 POINTS, Antonio Galloni of Vinous. "The 2015 Barolo Brea Vigna Ca’ Mia captures all the best the vintage has to offer. Black cherry, plum, espresso, sage, menthol, licorice and leather are all kicked up a few notches in a decidedly dark, strapping Barolo that screams with Serralunga character. Exotic, dark and totally alluring, the 2015 has a very bright future..."
97 POINTS, Jeb Dunnuck. "A wine that’s going to rival or surpass the 2015, the 2016 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Réservée shows the quality of this awesome vintage with its deep, powerful, concentrated style. I find a certain 2010-like purity in this...
This cuvee represents the oldest villages-level parcel—a 0.67-hectare holding of 80-year-old vines in Les Charbonnières, situated just below the premier cru Aux Corvées on the slope in the appellation’s southern sector. Boasting true old-vines power, this is always thick-fruited and...
99 POINTS, Antonio Galloni, Vinous. "The 2016 Le Pergole Torte is magnificent, just as it was last year. Rich, dense and explosive, with stunning depth and texture, the 2016 possesses off the charts intensity while remaining light on its feet for...