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2018 was a challenging vintage for Trediberri. The wines resulting from the various vineyards under the winery could not be more different. The best parcels were particularly serious and profound (as such important vineyards should be almost every year), whereas Berri provided a pretty wine, but missing the depth often found in Baroli. Blending all the wines was a ray of light and the result is a Barolo that we like a lot. With the smallest amount of wood used (oak barrels used only for a 20-month aging period), the Trediberri Barolo del Comune di La Morra leans toward freshness and vibrance rather than austerity and broodiness. Pure nose of fruit, soft and light mid-palate, lingering deep finish. Iron fist in a velvet glove. Due to its inner freshness, it will surely last for decades, but it so good now that I don’t know if anyone could wait that long...