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Full-Throttle Nobility
2019 Brovia Barolo Rocche di Castiglione

Out of Brovia's consistently stunning line-up of single Crus, Rocche is always the stand out.

"What a wine!"
2016 Brovia Barolo Brea - Ca' Mia

In recent vintages Brovia established themselves as one of the great traditional estates of Piedmont. In the 2016, they leaped into an even greater level of quality. The wines are more refined, purer, and more detailed.

"The 2014 is a superb wine" -
2014 Brovia Barolo Unio

The past handful of vintages have offered ample evidence that Brovia is at the top of their game. Their 2014 Brovia Barolo Ūnĭo may offer the most persuasive argument for inclusion among Piedmont's elite.

"Brovia is on fire"
2013 Brovia Barolo

Within the top ranks of Barolo, it's difficult to compete with Brovia in terms of value. The estate is at the top of their game. You don't have to look any further for evidence than their 2013 Barolo. 

"Stunningly Beautiful"
2012 Brovia Barolo Brea Vigna Ca’ Mia

There are very few of Barolo's top producers whose best bottles go for under $100. Brovia leads this list. And the list doesn't top four or five producers.

"Extremely beautiful" - 2012 Brovia Barolo Rocche

Regardless of the vintage, Brovia's Rocche is utterly captivating. It's a wine that has dazzling elegance and aromatics.

"Beautifully Delineated" -
2012 Brovia Barolo Villero

"This is a gorgeous set of wines from Brovia." -Antonio Galloni