The Nebbiolos of Bruno Giacosa are wines of purity and elegance. They are lively and fresh-tasting, yet have a strong inner structure that allows them to age and support their alluring floral, red berry and spice flavors. Nebbiolo makes wines with formidable tannins, but Giacosa's are well-integrated into textures of gossamer and silk. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson explains.
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