Prapò Barolo DOCG
- Tasting Notes
- ColorDeep garnet red colour.
- NoseThe bouquet on the nose is intense and complex with fruity and spicy aromas of blackberry–blueberry jam and cloves.
- FlavorOn the palate it is warm, rich, full- bodied and balanced, with velvety smooth tannins and a long flavorful finish.
Piedmont At a Glance
Region Name Piedmont
Piemonte is considered by many the top wine region of Italy, being the land of Barolo and Barbaresco, even though these mega-popular wines only account for 3% of the region’s wine production.
|Vintage||Publication||Score||Review Date||POS Generator|
|2016||Vinous Media||92||Oct 2020||Shelf Talker||Full Page Review|
|2014||Wine Spectator||93||Oct 2019||Shelf Talker||Full Page Review|
|2014||Wine Advocate||91||Apr 2019||Shelf Talker||Full Page Review|
- Score: 92 Vintage 2016 Vinous Media Fregonese's 2016 Barolo Prapò is a powerful, sinewy wine. Crushed red fruit, mint, chalk, white pepper, iron and sage give the 2016 its distinctly wild feral personality. The potent Serralunga tannins need time to soften, that is clear, but I don't think that will be an issue given how well the wine shows with a few hours of air. This is very nicely done. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
- Score: 93 Vintage 2014 Wine Spectator Though tightly wound, this Barolo exhibits ample sweet cherry, menthol, iron and leafy tobacco aromas and flavors. Elegant and balanced, with the fruit remaining front and center as this lingers on the savory aftertaste. Best from 2021 through 2035. 308 cases made, 100 cases imported. –BS Shelf Talker Full Page Review
- Score: 91 Vintage 2014 Wine Advocate Davide Fregonese's 2014 Barolo Prapò opens to a softly delicate and smoky bouquet. It shows an embroidery of aromas that span from dried berry and cassis to moist earth and button mushroom. This is a producer who had not previously showed on my radar, and this wine makes a very good first impression. This vintage delivers a streamlined mouthfeel and mild astringency that comes with young Nebbiolo. Give it another few years to unwind in the bottle. Shelf Talker Full Page Review