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Michele Chiarlo
La Court Nizza Riserva DOCG
92 Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
Michele Chiarlo 2019 Nizza Riserva La Court boasts a composed personality with plum, dark fruit, earth and wild rose. This pretty wine is streamlined and tapered with a silky finish that imparts long-lasting flavors and freshness. Volume and ripeness are replaced here by length and consistency.
– Monica Larner
Michele Chiarlo
Tortoniano Barolo DOCG 2018
93 Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
The Michele Chiarlo 2018 Barolo Tortoniano reveals a hint of vintage ripeness with dried raspberry and cherry behind grilled herb and anise seed. The Tortoniano is tight and firm now in its youth with some mild tannic astringency that will surely relax with just a few more years of bottle age. The wine needs four or five years to flesh out and gain in volume.
– Monica Larner
Michele Chiarlo
Cerequio Barolo DOCG 2018
95 Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
The Michele Chiarlo 2018 Barolo Cerequio opens to a pretty lacework of aromas with smaller berry fruits, crushed stone, rusty nail, pressed lilac or blue flower and a dusting of spicy licorice powder. The bouquet is vertical and tight, leading to a very precise succession of varietal tones that flavor the wine's polished finish. The Cerequio has ample power as well, with etched tannins that grip this Nebbiolo firmly to the palate.
– Monica Larner
Michele Chiarlo
Asili Barbaresco DOCG 2019
94+ Points
Wine Advocate
July 1, 2022
The Michele Chiarlo 2019 Barbaresco Asili has a fragrant bouquet with bright and punchy aromas of wild cherry, raspberry, blue flower and crushed stone. This vintage shows a level of energy and vitality that helps it stand out in a crowd, and the wine is elegant and silky in texture.
– Monica Larner
Michele Chiarlo
Cerequio Barolo DOCG 2017
95 Points
Wine Enthusiast
September 20, 2021
Earthy aromas recalling new leather, truffle, blue flowers and eucalyptus are just some of the scents you'll find on this savory red. Elegantly structured, the tightly knit yet weightless palate delivers ripe Marasca cherry, crushed mint and star anise before finishing on notes of black tea and white pepper. It's loaded with finesse and personality.
– Kerin O'Keefe
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