Bruno Rocca 1999 Estate Bottled (Barbera d'Alba)

The cherry, leather and nut aromas are soft, steady and attractive. Bright cherry flavors with leathery undertones and a hint of coffee grace the palate. The finish is warm and spicy, with ample late-hitting power. It's refined and confident at all points, a winner that's on target and one that will go well with pasta and meat dishes. Michael Schachner

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