The 2003 Barolo Cannubi has aged exceptionally well. Sweet tobacco, plum, dried cherries and menthol all flesh out in a round, supple Barolo loaded with class. Early tertiary notes develop gradually. The tannins have mostly softened, making the 2003 an excellent choice for drinking now and over the next handful of years. During this era, Chiara Boschis used 100% new oak, and that shows, but only in the wine’s textural depth and volume. A long, resonant finish rounds things out nicely.
Anticipated maturity: 2014-2023