The 2015 Barolo Bussia Romirasco happily shows the exuberant nature of the warm vintage with a joyous and beautifully ripe quality of fruit. This vintage underlines the concept of abundance and texture, although you could correctly conclude that it is less forthcoming in terms of linearity and depth. However, my hunch is that this broader and denser vintage will age just as gracefully over time as the thinner, cooler and more ethereal ones. Dark fruit, smoke, tar and tobacco appear on the finish here. Some 6,000 bottles were produced.
The Winery owns 25 hectares of healthy grapevines and produces about 80,000 bottles annually with no chemical but not certified Organic.
97 Points James Suckling
96 Points Robert Parker
94 Points Wine Spectator