Fine, dusty cherry and rose petal - beautifully perfumed. Really fragrant, fine and silky - minuscule hints of light spices and orange on your fingers after peeling one. The tannins are there yet super fine, chalky and elegant. Pure elegance and finesse - you really see beauty in the wine. The first time I have had a wine from this producer and very impressed even if I may have picked it as a Barbaresco. Highly recommended. Ian Cook
The Barolo Paiagallo has great energy, transparency, and focus, which connect it to some of the best wines we have tasted from the region. On paper, and in the glass, it reads as true traditional Nebbiolo . In some specifics it reminds us of particular wines – the haunting black cherry fruit of Cascina Francia, the ripe but intense tannin of Bartolo Mascarello, the dance between elegance and rusticity of G. Rinaldi, the purity and energy of Cappellano. – Jamie Wolff, Dressner Selections.