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94+ Antonio Galloni – vinous.com (Februari 2018)
The 2014 Barbaresco Masseria is superb. Dark, ample and structured, the 2014 captures all the pedigree of this important Barbaresco vintage. As always, the Vietti's Masseria is a wine that has Barolo-like structure and depth, partly because it is vinified and aged pretty much along the same lines as those wines. I expect the 2014 will require at least a handful of years to shed some tannin and start showing some of its inherent inner sweetness. There is so much to look forward to. Bright acids and a firm spine of tannin give the red-toned fruit energy and vivacity throughout.
93+ Monica Larner – robertparker.com - The Wine Advocate Issue #237 (Juni 2018)
Call it the 2014 paradox: this controversial vintage has in fact produced some stellar wines, especially in the Barbaresco appellation. The 2014 Barbaresco Masseria is a softly textured wine with a yielding and velvety personality. It reveals a dark color and hearty disposition. It is generous and soft, requiring little cellar aging before it reaches its drinking prime. The 2014 vintage was hotter and saw less rain in Barbaresco compared to Barolo. Sandy soils in the Barbaresco appellation help to shape delicate and nuanced wines with bright floral and dark fruit aromas. Sandy soils dry out faster in the hot years because they drain any existing moisture too well. That's why a cooler and wetter vintage like 2014 is particularly well suited to Nebbiolo in Barbaresco. Drink 2020-2035.
Vietti is één van de allerbeste Cantina’s in Piemonte. Het is een familiale onderneming in een streek waar de mentaliteit goed aansluit bij de onze en die al generaties lang heerlijke wijnen maakt. Opgelet: ons enthousiasme voor deze exquise wijnen is besmettelijk!
Hard to go wrong with anything they make.
Antonio Galloni - vinousmedia.com
I have been purchasing Vietti wines since the 1971 vintage, and they never disappointed…
In top vintages, these big-styled Barolos easily last three decades or more.
Robert Parker Jr. - robertparker.com
If forced to inhabit a desert island that only served the wines of a single producer, I would want Luca Currado to be that supplier. He excels at everything he does from his castle perch at the heart of Castiglione Falletto.
Monica Larner - robertparker.com