Otto wrote:2010 Giuseppe Rinaldi Ruché Langhe Rosae
This was phenomenally good. It has an amazingly perfumed aroma, one that suggests a light and sweetly fruity wine. Therefore the palate is a bit of a shock since it was so strongly tannic, high in acidity and delightfully fruitless. Why is this grape so little grown and almost impossible to find? This smells more sexy and alluring than most Nebbiolo and it has Nebbiolo's tough, tannic, palate-cleansing palate. This is a fantastic wine if one has some fatty pork products and cheese on the plate. And just 15€ including postage from Germany!
Rahsaan wrote:You bought it from Germany instead of Italy?
I too love the examples of Ruché that I've had. [...] But they have all been fun fun fun.
Otto wrote:There's a good shop in Germany called Barolobrunello...
Andrew Bair wrote:...I was not aware at all of a G. Rinaldi Ruché (assuming that this is the excellent traditional Barolo producer)...
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