The site winemag.com publishes an article on the Barbaresco wine and, among the various wines, there is also our Barbaresco Gallina. Below is an excerpt.
You’ve probably heard that Barbaresco is one of Italy’s top wines. Yet, for many years, it’s also been one of its most underappreciated gems. Many wine drinkers passed on it in favor of Barolo, its larger, more renowned neighbor.
But now Barbaresco is stepping up its game, thanks, in part, to a new generation of winemakers who are embracing more natural farming methods, leading to even higher quality. The region’s unique microclimate encourages freshness and balance in its Nebbiolo grapes, even in the hottest vintages.
The recent fascination with Nebbiolo and Piedmont has further shined a light on the denomination, as today’s wine lovers discover that Barbaresco is a world-class wine. [..]
Ugo Lequio 2013 Gallina; $45, 92 points. Classic aromas of rose, leather, forest floor and ripe berry lead into a chewy palate of Morello cherry, raspberry, white pepper, truffle, mocha and a hint of toast. Fine-grained tannins support the firm finish. Drink 2018–2028. Vino Direct. Cellar Selection.
To read the whole article, written by the journalist Kerin o’Keefe, refer to the link.