2013 Barolo, La Sarmassa, Roberto Voerzio (Magnum)

Italy Piedmont Barolo

Roberto Voerzio's 2013 Barolo Sarmassa soars out of the glass with statuesque beauty and striking precision. Bright and nuanced, with terrific verve, the 2013 has so much to offer. It just opens beautifully. Readers will have to be patient, as the 2013 is uncharacteristically tightly wound. Bright acids and sinewy tannins need time to resolve. Available only in magnum.

2013 Barolo, La Sarmassa, Roberto Voerzio (Magnum)

Roberto Voerzio's 2013 Barolo Sarmassa soars out of the glass with statuesque beauty and striking precision. Bright and nuanced, with terrific verve, the 2013 has so much to offer. It just opens beautifully. Readers will have to be patient, as the 2013 is uncharacteristically tightly wound. Bright acids and sinewy tannins need time to resolve. Available only in magnum.

Italy Piedmont Barolo
Producer Roberto Voerzio
Sub-Region Barolo
Region Piedmont
Country Italy
Grape Variety Nebbiolo
Vintage 2013
Colour Red
Style Full, Dry

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Vinous

Roberto Voerzio’s 2013 Barolo Sarmassa soars out of the glass with statuesque beauty and striking precision. Bright and nuanced, with terrific verve, the 2013 has so much to offer. It just opens beautifully. Readers will have to be patient, as the 2013 is uncharacteristically tightly wound. Bright acids and sinewy tannins need time to resolve. Available only in magnum.

95+ Points / Drinking 2023 - 2043

By Antonio Galloni / October 2020

Vinous

Voerzio s 2013 Barolo Sarmassa comes across as round, sensual and inviting. Even so, it is also less open and deep than some of the other wines in this range. Bright floral notes, chalk, mint and white pepper add nuance to the dark red stone fruit flavors. The French oak tannins need time to settle. Otherwise, this is a fine showing.

94 Points / Drinking 2021 - 2033

By Antonio Galloni / February 2017