Lot 592 | 2006 Italy
One of Italy's greatest wines from a top rated vintage - a tremendous opportunity.
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Sourced from one of the most renowned and venerated wine-growing districts in the world. Low yields per vine are required to obtain good sugar levels, intense color, and the fullest flavor extraction. Traditional fermentation is followed by malolactic fermentation and then laid to rest for 4 years of aging (hence the Riserva moniker; non-Riserva Barbaresco requires 2 years). From the best south-facing slopes in Barbaresco and with a good bit of barrel and bottle aging, Lot 592 is more approachable than Lot 593 Barolo but every bit as exquisite, and from a top-rated vintage, too (2006 95 rating, Wine Advocate).
New horizon for me
I've always been a bit intimidated by Italian wines. There seems to be so many different appellations and varietals and so much mediocre wine that I have avoided trying many, much less collecting them. Then I tried this barbaresco and its cousin, the barolo. I am now anxious to fine more nebbiolo based wines to try. They are both worth every penny I spent on them. Thank you, Mr. Hughes.
Lovely garnet with red bricking throught.
Tart cherry/rhubarb pie and red apple skin on the nose.
Fresh pepper, tart cherry and rose petal infused leather with a hint of smoke. Sweet berry acidity and energetic tannins that combine for a wonderful mouth feel.
There is a wonderful lingering flavor on the tongue, which is like a plumb infused cigar cedar, that hangs around and entices you to take another sip(or gulp).
A nice treat
A good rich wine that needs aging . A nice treat that is different from my usual experience
Great piemonte red
Opened the first of six bottles Lot 592 Barbaresco Riserva.
What a great Nebbiolo! I have had a few Barolos at 2-3x the price that were less than the equal to this wine.
Lot 592 is ready to be enjoyed now but probably has an extended maturity.
Matt & Sean
Strong after Decanting
Definitely needs at least an hour of decanting. Nose opens up to rose petal, tar, and orange peel. Full bodied for a barbaresco. Gentle tannins but beautifully balanced. Would definitely buy again!
Long decant revealed a fantastic nose - rose, tobacco and layers of complexity
Very tanic and stood up well to a rich pasta dish
Opened up with the deep aromas you look for from an Italian wine.
This is my first try at drinking Barbaresco. I was impressed
A classic wine without the price tag
Decanted for an hour and a half prior to serving. This is a really pretty expression of aged barbaresco. Lighter in weight but still preserving some richness. Notes of black tea, tar, leather, classic rose petal with a little bit of cinnamon and strawberry on both the palate and nose. Beautiful, long finish with moderate-soft tannins. My only gripe is that it started falling flat pretty fast at the 2.5 hour mark. Otherwise, it's a great wine especially for the price. It's pretty hard to find a Barbaresco this old in your local wine shop, so the convenience of finding one online is perfect! I Will definitely be buying some more!