Ruby red, almost garnet. Wide and deep-rooted, characterized by a fruity and licorice bouquet. On the palate it is soft, harmonious, fresh, delicate in tannins, rich in red fruit.
Ideal for delicate meat dishes such as grilled fillet, overcooked in the oven or first courses such as ravioli, tagliatelle with meat sauce, truffled foods and aged cheeses.
A rich nose, packed with aromas of ripe and dried red fruit, including heaps of wild strawberries. There’s fresh orange rind, too and on the savory side, notes of cloves, perfumed bark and brighter flowers. Full-bodied with a very silky but firm texture. The strawberry and citrus fruit is ingrained in the velvety tannins and the combination gives a very long finish. Twist of red licorice at the end. This is nicely structured and well balanced, but needs plenty of time.
- James Suckling, 96 pts.
This wine very much embraces the signature Parusso style that always puts an emphasis on elegant power and dark fruit. The 2018 Barolo Perarmando is dedicated to the estate founder, Armando Parusso, and represents a blend of Bussia, Mosconi and Mariondino. The bouquet reveals dried rose and flower petal, with fruit stems, dark fruit, licorice and smoke. This edition is lighter than pasts vintages, especially in terms of its relatively mild mid-palate (milder compared to other Parusso Barolos). Best After 2025
- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 93 pts.
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