Brovia is one Piedmont's elites, and the 2015 Brea - Ca' Mia drives this home.
The Brea Vigna Ca’ Mia is one of Brovia's most loved bottlings.
Hailing from Serralunga d’Alba, it's a bottle with personality to spare. It's rich, powerful, earthy, dark, and truffle-y with a perfectly fascinating rustic side.
The Brovia style isn't shy on power, but what makes the wines so impressive is their finesse and nuance. The 2015 vintage dovetails beautifully with their signatures. We've been tasting through the collection and have been really impressed by it. The collection is seriously powerful, but also elegant and spot-on when it comes to balance.
The 2015 Brea - Ca' Mia really flaunts both Brovia's style and the 2015 vintage. It's bold, rich, intense, and packed with complexity. What's most striking about the wine, though, is its harmony and poise.
To learn more about Brovia, and especially their sites, I strongly encourage you to listen to Levi Dalton's I'll Drink To That! interview with Brovia's Alex Sanchez.
Despite being among the region's top traditionalists, Brovia's wines cost significantly less than their peers. It's difficult to know how long this pricing discrepancy will hold, but it's easy to assume that its days are numbered. For now, Brovia's Barolos are some of the smartest buys around.
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2015 Brovia Barolo Brea - Ca' Mia
Special Bottle Price: $95.95
Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media: "The 2015 Barolo Brea Vigna Ca' Mia captures all the best the vintage has to offer. Black cherry, plum, espresso, sage, menthol, licorice and leather are all kicked up a few notches in a decidedly dark, strapping Barolo that screams with Serralunga character. Exotic, dark and totally alluring, the 2015 has a very bright future, but readers should be prepared to be patient, as the tannins clearly need time to soften."
Special 3-Pack Price: $269.85 ($89.95/btl)