A flood of great Nebbiolos from Piedmont runs deep and wide these days. Recently, I found myself faced with an unusual quandary in a restaurant whose wine list featured a good selection of Barolos and Barbarescos: Which wine should I choose from a list full of fabulous labels and a wonderful range of vintages? At the time, I was dining in Italy with some of the biggest names in Barbaresco, including Angelo Gaja, Bruno Rocca and Luca Currado.
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