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Some more treasures from the Big Cellar, including an extensive group of the exceptional old wines from Oddero. We've tasted these many times over the past 10 years, and they deserve your full attention.
Aside from the sale of Vietti (to an American convenience store magnate), the big land news in Barolo this year was the sale of most of the Arione vineyard to Giacomo (Roberto) Conterno. It was a logical move on Conterno's part, as Arione is contiguous with Cascina Francia. The seller was Gigi Rosso, who owned almost all of the vineyard. Here's another example of the wine merchant's lament: I've never tasted Gigi Rosso's wines, and I'm certainly curious about Arione. An insider, who asked to remain anonymous, said the wines were not profound but that they were good, and true to the vineyard. Jamie Wolff
PS: We expect at least some of these wines to sell quickly. To help avoid the frustration of ordering something that is already sold, please click-through to the website where you can see live inventory (whenever you refresh the page).
Oddero is one of just a handful of producers who made excellent wine in the past and who continue to do so now. Admittedly our opinion of their current vintages is biased, since we admire Oddero's fidelity to Barolo made in the traditional manner. Anyway, the old wines are great, and we're happy to have old vintages whenever we can.