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Giuseppe Cortese Barbaresco Rabajà 2013

These Cortese Rabajà are often pretty shy just after landing, but give them six months to a year, and the difference is marked. I’m getting used to it now. Rabajà is one of the great crus of the world, by any measure, and still comparatively good value. You can buy a little over two bottles for one 2014 Mount Edelstone, or three bottles for one of Yalumba’s new multi-regional blend priced at $350. There’s not much Burgundy available from an equally storied vineyard at the same price. Different things, yes, but easy decisions for the informed wine lover, I’d suggest. Importer: Eurocentric

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Tasted : Feb17
Alcohol : 14%
Price : $110
Closure : Cork
Drink : 2020 - 2033
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