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Barolo Mosconi Parusso 2018 (750ML)

James Suckling #66 Italian Wine of 2022
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Vinous Media

93 Points, Antonio Galloni, Vinous: "The 2018 Barolo Mosconi is a broad, potent wine. A blast of macerated dark cherry, leather, spice, dried herbs, chocolate and mocha makes a strong opening statement. As always, the Mosconi is a brooding, virile wine with huge depth, tons of intensity and big, brawny tannins that need time to soften. There is a good deal of oak, but the wine has the presence and overall intensity to carry it well." 02/22

James Suckling

97 Points, James Suckling, "Wow. This is a super-sensual Barolo with wild black-fruit character, such as ripe elderberries and dried dates. Fresher notes of blood oranges, too. Balanced vanilla edge to the palate that coats the firm, grainy tannins and carries the creamy fruit through the long finish. Super-succulent and enticing. To produce this in 2018 is a real achievement. Hats off to the winemaking. So tempting even now, but will only improve. Try from 2024." 02/22


94 Points, Georgina Hindle, Decanter: "Vibrant red and orange rim to the glass. Lovely fruit and savoury aspects - the dried flower aromas are so abundant but they're edged with deep and seductive red fruit nuances too. It's soft and delicate on the nose yet so expressive and rich. Generous aromatics, with cola cube aspects. Grippy from the start, the tannins here make an immediate impression coating the mouth and giving structure to the rich, seductive cherry, strawberry and raspberry fruits. The tannins are so well integrated though, soft, plump, slightly chewy and really lovely in their texture. This is well rounded but with a precise and quite deep core. Lots going on here with a real lingering depth of cherry, coffee and stone. Feels mature and sophisticated and more expansive in the mouth than the Mariondino." 02/22