The 2015 Michele Chiarlo Cerequio Barolo is a ruby and garnet red with brilliant hues. The nose is complex, great character with notes of mature fruits, mint, eucalyptus, gentian and fine spices. A rich palate in structure with a tight weave of fine tannins, standing out for its elegance and harmony which highlights this truly unique Barolo cru.
Ideal companions for this wine are roasts, tagliolini with truffe, wild game, & well-matured cheeses.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The fruit in the 2015 Barolo Cerequio is darker than in the Cannubi, and there is more spice, cured tobacco and dried blackberry. You'll find a lot more muscle and power here, too: This is a good Barolo for braised beef. There is great structure and a heavier flavor footprint on the palate, along with more grit in the mouth and a tannic bite. This wine was not produced in the difficult 2014vintage.
Rose, wild berry, rosemary and eucalyptus are just some of the aromas you'll find on this fantastic, fragrant red. On the elegant, linear palate, fine-grained, polished tannins accompany raspberry compote, ripe Morello cherry, licorice and chopped mint. Fresh acidity keeps it balanced. Drink 2021–2030.
Very attractive combination of dark-berry, light toasted-oak, tree-bark and rose-petal aromas now. Full-bodied, dense and powerful with super richness and freshness at the same time. Try in 2022.
Wine & Spirits
This wine aged in tonneaux for two years, gaining notes of sweet spice and toasted vanilla that enrich the warm strawberry and cherry flavors. It feels plush and ripe, ready for a rich braised lamb shoulder.