All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
While Vietti's Barolos now top $200 per bottle, their "Langhe Nebbiolo" remains one of the best values in Piedmont. Perbacco primarily comes from Barolo vines, and 2019 points to a huge triumph for Luca Currado.
"The 2019 Perbacco is a fabulous introduction to the vintage. Rich, sumptuous and layered, with terrific depth. There's real texture and depth here. Crushed raspberry, mint and blood orange. Over the last few years vineyard sources have been upgraded, and it shows, big time. Most of this fruit is from Barolo-designated vineyards."
— Antonio Galloni, Vinous