Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Coparossa 2010

  • WA
    96
  • V
    95
  • JS
    92
  • IWC
    91
  • WS
    90
Varietal:
Nebbiolo
Region:
Italy : Piedmont : Barbaresco
Producer:
Bruno Rocca
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95+ Points - Under $100, 90+ Ratings

Out of stock

Size Price
750ml
$89.00
Quantity Available: 0
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Reviews

  • Wine Advocate

    Monica Larner
    June 2013
    96 The 2010 Barbaresco Coparossa is extremely elegant and refined with dried flowers, herbal notes, bright cola and Pinot-like softness. This is a stunning effort. The wine is irresistibly silky and sensuous on the palate, imparting clean fruit flavors that last long on the finish. It delivers fabulous length with seemingly never-ending intensity and persistency. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2028. Bruno Rocca is one of the protagonists of the so-called Rabaja renaissance. A handful of producers in Barbaresco have banded together to draw attention to this historic vineyard just meters below the town’s main street. Bruno’s wines are always focused and sharp. Their beautiful qualities are reflected in the etched elegance of the bird feather drawings that adorn his beautifully designed labels.
  • Vinous

    Antonio Galloni
    October 2013
    95 The 2010 Barbaresco Coparossa brings together the structure of the year with a huge core of fruit, a combination that is hugely appealing. Dark red cherry, plum, cinnamon, licorice and leather all blossom in an expressive, layered wine loaded with personality. With time in the glass, the wine turns explosive. Orange zest, rose petals and cloves linger on the exotic finish. The style is energetic, tense and vibrant.
  • James Suckling

    92
  • International Wine Cellar

    Stephen Tanzer
    November 2013
    91 Medium red. Deeper-pitched than the normale, offering scents of red plum, spices, earth and smoke. Fleshier, sweeter and more serious, with good stuffing to its red fruit and menthol flavors. Still a bit youthfully tight, but the dusty tannins are ripe and the slightly exotic finish is lively, broad and persistent.
  • Wine Spectator

    90