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This random-seeming group of wines is united by our great admiration for them. Different though they are, they have more in common than meets the eye, at least in terms of their very high quality, rarity, and longevity (not to mention the beautiful condition of the older bottles). In any case, there's nothing wrong with planning ahead while you dream of the return of red wine weather.

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Canonica, Giovanni 2014 Barolo Paiagallo

Paiagallo 2014 shows a lot of complexity for such a young wine - at first very savory and ripe, then lovely bright cherry fruit on the palate and finish.This is clearly a wine for the cellar, as behind (or perhaps under?) the beautiful clarity of fruit is that brooding core of material that will take years to fully express itself. Quite a majestic wine, and a triumph for the vintage. Jamie Wolff

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  • $174.99