Written by Kerin O'Keefe

Enrico Serafino Barolo and Barbaresco back to 1949: Indestructible Wines

Tasting decades-old fine wines is always a humbling, often memorable experience. Tasting a selection of older vintages of Enrico Serafino’s Barolos and Barbarescos back to 1949 that the winery opened for me last October was downright awe-inspiring. A wonderful demonstration that showcased the grandeur of perfectly aged Nebbiolo, these were indestructible wines that stunned with

Tasting decades-old fine wines is always a humbling, often memorable experience. Tasting a selection of older vintages of Enrico Serafino’s Barolos and Barbarescos back to 1949 that the winery opened for me last October was downright awe-inspiring.

A wonderful demonstration that showcased the grandeur of perfectly aged Nebbiolo, these were indestructible wines that stunned with energy, complexity and personality.


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Kerin O’Keefe January 2023 ©kerinokeefe.com

 

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