Elvio Cogno Barbaresco Bordini 2008

Elvio Cogno Barbaresco Bordini 2008

Our tasting this week mirrors the Barolo tasting from the previous week. We stay in Piedmont and tried a Nebbiolo from Barbaresco that was stunning.

Appearance: A rich ruby hue

Aroma: Cherry and raspberry aromas with a touch of floral and mineral accents

Flavors: Supple and intense with vibrant core flavors of cherry and spice

Finishing Notes: Combines the intensity with finesse seamlessly, lingering harmonious finish. This wine will age for many years!

Perfect Pairing: This Nebbioli is quite similar in style as the Pio Cesare from last week. We would recommend a meat accompaniment here as well – either a slow roasted beef stew or osso bucco or even a grilled rack of lamb.

WINE:30 is written by Karl Bradley and Jody Wuollett, who are both longtime residents of Door County. Jody is the owner operator of Chop Restaurant in the Sister Bay Country Walk Shops and Karl is the General Manager and Executive Chef of the Mission Grille in Sister Bay. They have both been awarded the first level of certification from the Court of the Master Sommeliers.