Sunday, March 22, 2009

A Local Aficionado

"As a young person, you love big, rich flavors -- so you drink Barolo. In your middle age, you seek something more solid, something less obvious -- so you drink Barolo. In your wisest years, you want a wine that allows you to think about and savor the pleasures of maturity, both its maturity and your own -- so you drink Barolo."

From a great article by Tom Maresca that will likely answer many of your questions about Barolo.

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