Bruno Giacosa 2005 Barolo Le Rocche Falletto Piedmont

    This incomparable producer owns vineyards in the Serralunga d’Alba, La Morra, and Barbaresco regions of Piedmont. Those who admire the massive flavors and incredible balance of Giacosa’s wines will not be disappointed by this Barolo, which shows layers of sweet raspberry, cocoa, dried rose petals, and roasted meat.

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