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    Piedmont 15 18 (MJ)
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    SG$1,925.06
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    Matthew Jukes (18)

    If you would like to continue your Barbera journey, then 2019 Barbera d'Alba Conca Tre Pile Aldo Conterno might seem expensive for a Barbera, but it sits at the pinnacle of this grape’s talents, and if this were a Barolo it would be a cheapie! It is made by one of the most revered wineries on earth, so take my advice and load up. It is drinking now and is jaw-droppingly delicious.
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    Piedmont 1 96 (JS)
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    SG$837.58
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    James Suckling (96)

    Gorgeous aromas of dark berries, cedar and very ripe fruit that follow through to a full body, deep and dense tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Plush. Drink in 2022 and beyond.
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    Piedmont 1 -
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    SG$649.03
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    Piedmont 2 -
    Inc. GST
    SG$1,004.33
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    Piedmont 1 95 (WS)
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    SG$973.83
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    Wine Spectator (95)

    Rich and generous, this red delivers cherry, raspberry, rose and sweet spice aromas and flavors. Harmonious and charming, with bright acidity and beautifully integrated tannins, this firms up on the long, vanilla-tinged finish. Best from 2026 through 2045. 1,295 cases made, 680 cases imported.
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    Piedmont 3 95 (JS)
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    SG$574.95
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    James Suckling (95)

    Stunning rose-petal nose with hints of licorice and herbal tea. The palate has generosity, and the tannins have a polish that's rare in 2014 Barolos. If you like tannins, then you will agree with us that this is already delicious. It also has a long life ahead of it. Better after 2020.
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    Piedmont 1 95 (JS)
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    SG$1,297.58
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    James Suckling (95)

    Stunning rose-petal nose with hints of licorice and herbal tea. The palate has generosity, and the tannins have a polish that's rare in 2014 Barolos. If you like tannins, then you will agree with us that this is already delicious. It also has a long life ahead of it. Better after 2020.
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    Piedmont 4 96 (JS)
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    SG$1,337.89
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    James Suckling (96)

    Perfumed and very bright with dried flowers, dark berries and a sandalwood undertone. Full body, integrated tannins and a soft and polished finish. Very pretty and structured. Harmonious. Measured. Drink in 2023 or later.
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    Piedmont 1 92+ (VN)
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    SG$1,481.75
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    Vinous (92+)

    The 2016 Barolo Cicala opens with effusive aromatics laced with all sorts of exotic spice and floral notes. On the palate, the 2016 is much less forthcoming, though. Then again, this is Cicala, a wine that is often unyielding in its youth. It will be interesting to see where the 2016 goes in the coming years. It certainly has potential. Time in the glass brings out hints of iron, chalk, white pepper and dried herbs that are so typical of this Bussia site.
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    Piedmont 2 92 (VN)
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    SG$1,326.99
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2017 Barolo Cicala is a powerful, deep wine. Black cherry, menthol, tobacco, scorched earth, chocolate and searing tannins are some of the signatures. The Cicala has plenty of depth, but my instincts say it will mature before the tannins soften. I would prefer to drink this over the next decade, but readers need to expect that the balance is not ideal.
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    Piedmont 1 91 (VN)
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    SG$900.01
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    Vinous (91)

    The 2018 Barolo Cicala is a very good wine for the year. It offers good depth and intensity, in a slightly dialed back style that is typical of the vintage. More than anything else, the Cicala is impeccable in its balance. All the Cicala signatures are present, they are just quieter than usual. Black cherry, scorched earth, graphite, spice and oak all meld together. Best of all, the 2018 can be enjoyed with only minimal cellaring.
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    Piedmont 5 97 (WS)
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    SG$1,592.93
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    Wine Spectator (97)

    Pure and supple in texture, boasting aromas and flavors of rose, cherry, raspberry, vanilla and toasty oak, this red is pretty seamless already, with refined tannins that emerge on the finish, needing time to absorb the oak. There’s also a saline mineral element that lingers at the end. Best from 2027 through 2048. 495 cases made, 45 cases imported.
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    Piedmont 1 94 (WA)
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    SG$1,523.19
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    Wine Advocate (94)

    The 2013 Barolo Bussia Colonnello is the most ethereal and delicate of the Bussia series of wines. Fruit is sourced from a portion of the Bussia vineyard that is located closer to the village of Barolo (one kilometer away) than it is the village of Monforte d'Alba (five kilometers away). The sandy soils found here make for softer and tamer tannins especially when compared to the other parts of Bussia. The bouquet opens to aromas of blue flowers, spice, wild berry, licorice and white truffle. This is a softly nuanced and finessed Barolo made with fruit from 45-year-old vines.
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    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
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    SG$1,373.88
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2014 Barolo Colonnello is dark and inward. Succulent black cherry, smoke, leather, licorice, menthol and dark spice all run through this unctuous, super-concentrated Barolo. In most vintages, the Colonnello is a bit more aromatic and light on its feet, while the 2014 is a decidedly rich, heady wine, and yet all the elements are in the right place.
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    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
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    SG$1,299.74
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2015 Barolo Colonnello packs a serious punch. Macerated dark cherry, kirsch, spice, leather, licorice, blood orange and a kick of sweet oak all open up this powerful, strapping Barolo. The 2015 offers a good bit of immediacy, but there is plenty of tannin as well. The warmth of the year is evident in the wine’s ripe profile.
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    Piedmont 1 94 (VN)
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    SG$1,372.75
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    Vinous (94)

    The 2016 Barolo Colonnello is a dark, bold, lush wine full of character. A blast of macerated black cherry, spice, leather, tobacco and menthol infuses the 2016 with striking depth. Resonant and ample, with notable character, the Colonnello is gorgeous in this tasting. In fact, it's one of the finest Barolos I have tasted from the Conterno brothers in a number of years. The substantial finish is a thing of beauty.
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    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
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    SG$1,190.74
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2017 Barolo Colonello is heady, exuberant and super-expressive. Wild cherry, tobacco, cedar, incense and blood orange all race out of the glass. There is something exotic about the Colonello that I find quite alluring. This racy Barolo captures the exuberance of the year, but is not at all overdone. Early signs of maturity in the aromatics and flavors suggest it is a wine for near and medium-term drinking.
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    Piedmont 1 -
    Inc. GST
    SG$935.98
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    Piedmont 1 -
    Inc. GST
    SG$1,514.45
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    Piedmont 1 97 (JS)
    Inc. GST
    SG$1,007.92
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    James Suckling (97)

    Freshly cut flowers with strawberry, peach and orange peel aromas that follow through to a full body with layers of velvety tannins, that have a fine texture and give a refined yet voluptuous mouthfeel. It shows class and harmony for this tannic vintage. Drink after 2027.
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    Piedmont 10 97 (JS)
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    SG$1,574.40
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    James Suckling (97)

    Freshly cut flowers with strawberry, peach and orange peel aromas that follow through to a full body with layers of velvety tannins, that have a fine texture and give a refined yet voluptuous mouthfeel. It shows class and harmony for this tannic vintage. Drink after 2027.
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    Piedmont 1 97 (VN)
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    SG$12,043.19
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    Vinous (97)

    Aldo Conterno’s 1988 Granbussia in magnum is the reply. Wow. What a wine. Still powerful, young and structured, the 1988 simply dazzles with its pure density. I have always considered the 1989 the greatest Granbussia, but the 1988 makes a very strong argument to be included in that conversation.
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    Piedmont 1 96 (VN)
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    SG$4,283.16
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    Vinous (96)

    Aldo Conterno’s 1990 Barolo Riserva Granbussia, a wine from the estate’s glory days, more than lives up to its reputation. The Granbussia is darker and noticeably softer than the Monfortino, signs that Aldo Conterno long had a more modernist leaning than his brother, Giovanni Conterno, who made the 1990 at the family’s Giacomo Conterno estate. Both wines are a real pleasure to drink, not just taste. This flight is incredibly instructive, but also hits all the high notes on the pleasure scale.
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    Piedmont 1 97 (WA)
    Inc. GST
    SG$5,218.29
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    Wine Advocate (97)

    The 2006 Barolo Riserva Granbussia is exceedingly Piemontese in character. The wine follows in local tradition with a bouquet that is ethereal and fine, yet powerful and long-lasting at the same time. It is shy and reticent at first, but once it starts to open the wine seemingly never stops. There are notes of black fruit, spice, tar, licorice, pencil shaving and a touch of rusty nail. The wine shows beautiful finesse and will definitely endure a long and prosperous drinking window. The tannins show silky integration and there is an enormous push of power and persistence in the palate.
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    Piedmont 1 -
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    SG$4,069.74
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    Piedmont 5 19.5 (MJ)
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    SG$2,721.41
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    Matthew Jukes (19.5)

    When they started co-fermenting this wine in 2005, it offered an integration and balance to this label that was missing when it was previously a blended wine. This is never more evident than in this incredible wine. The nose is utterly stunning a mere two and half years after my first taste, and it can only be described as a stellar creation. While the palate is closed, contemplative, hugely dense, and imposing, the link between the floral, tobacco, tea, and chypre-soaked nose and the extraordinary palate is gripping. There is no gap between perfume and palate ? no truck and trailer, just impeccable limousine. Sensational.
    More Info
    Piedmont 5 19.5 (MJ)
    Inc. GST
    SG$2,663.64
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    Matthew Jukes (19.5)

    The more powerful and structured elements are kept to the back of the palate, and you are afforded a very generous five or so seconds to revel in the luxuriousness of the indulgent fruit notes before the tannins swarm in and add a shockingly crunchy finish. There is so much red fruit (and not as much obvious Romirasco black fruit) than I expected, and there is impressive anti-fruit sappiness coming from the earth, trunk and powerful surrounding vineyard nuances. I am not surprised that this is such an arresting wine, but its overriding character is one of silkiness coupled with phenomenal freshness on the finish.
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    Piedmont 1 98 (JS)
    Inc. GST
    SG$1,942.84
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    James Suckling (98)

    Beautiful dark fruits of crushed raspberries and blueberries plus hints of champignon mushrooms and black truffles. Lavender undertones. Full and chewy with lots of tannins. Old vines give this a mossy, bark-like undertone. Needs five to six years to come around.
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    Piedmont 1 94 (WA)
    Inc. GST
    SG$1,657.28
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    Wine Advocate (94)

    The 2014 Barolo Bussia Romirasco shows the merits of strict fruit selection in a challenging vintage. Only 4,620 bottles were made in order to preserve the highest quality obtainable. This is a complete and generous expression that starts off with a succession of black fruit aromas and continues to lighter notes of anise seed, tar, licorice and blue violet. The mouthfeel offers volume and texture with nicely integrated tannins. In order to get this quality, fruit selection was key, says Giacomo Conterno.
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    Piedmont 1 97 (JS)
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    SG$2,291.64
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    James Suckling (97)

    This is very bright and floral with white-truffle and dark-berry aromas. Some white pepper. Full-bodied, chewy and rich with beautiful density and brightness. So silky and rich. Long, flavorful finish. Drink in 2022.
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    Piedmont 15 18 (MJ)
    In Bond
    SG$1,708.69
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    Matthew Jukes (18)

    If you would like to continue your Barbera journey, then 2019 Barbera d'Alba Conca Tre Pile Aldo Conterno might seem expensive for a Barbera, but it sits at the pinnacle of this grape’s talents, and if this were a Barolo it would be a cheapie! It is made by one of the most revered wineries on earth, so take my advice and load up. It is drinking now and is jaw-droppingly delicious.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 96 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$711.00
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    James Suckling (96)

    Gorgeous aromas of dark berries, cedar and very ripe fruit that follow through to a full body, deep and dense tannins and a long, flavorful finish. Plush. Drink in 2022 and beyond.
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    Piedmont 1 -
    In Bond
    SG$540.00
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    Piedmont 2 -
    In Bond
    SG$862.00
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    Piedmont 1 95 (WS)
    In Bond
    SG$836.00
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    Wine Spectator (95)

    Rich and generous, this red delivers cherry, raspberry, rose and sweet spice aromas and flavors. Harmonious and charming, with bright acidity and beautifully integrated tannins, this firms up on the long, vanilla-tinged finish. Best from 2026 through 2045. 1,295 cases made, 680 cases imported.
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    Piedmont 3 95 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$509.00
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    James Suckling (95)

    Stunning rose-petal nose with hints of licorice and herbal tea. The palate has generosity, and the tannins have a polish that's rare in 2014 Barolos. If you like tannins, then you will agree with us that this is already delicious. It also has a long life ahead of it. Better after 2020.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 95 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$1,135.00
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    James Suckling (95)

    Stunning rose-petal nose with hints of licorice and herbal tea. The palate has generosity, and the tannins have a polish that's rare in 2014 Barolos. If you like tannins, then you will agree with us that this is already delicious. It also has a long life ahead of it. Better after 2020.
    More Info
    Piedmont 4 96 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$1,170.00
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    James Suckling (96)

    Perfumed and very bright with dried flowers, dark berries and a sandalwood undertone. Full body, integrated tannins and a soft and polished finish. Very pretty and structured. Harmonious. Measured. Drink in 2023 or later.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 92+ (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,300.00
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    Vinous (92+)

    The 2016 Barolo Cicala opens with effusive aromatics laced with all sorts of exotic spice and floral notes. On the palate, the 2016 is much less forthcoming, though. Then again, this is Cicala, a wine that is often unyielding in its youth. It will be interesting to see where the 2016 goes in the coming years. It certainly has potential. Time in the glass brings out hints of iron, chalk, white pepper and dried herbs that are so typical of this Bussia site.
    More Info
    Piedmont 2 92 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,160.00
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2017 Barolo Cicala is a powerful, deep wine. Black cherry, menthol, tobacco, scorched earth, chocolate and searing tannins are some of the signatures. The Cicala has plenty of depth, but my instincts say it will mature before the tannins soften. I would prefer to drink this over the next decade, but readers need to expect that the balance is not ideal.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 91 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$796.00
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    Vinous (91)

    The 2018 Barolo Cicala is a very good wine for the year. It offers good depth and intensity, in a slightly dialed back style that is typical of the vintage. More than anything else, the Cicala is impeccable in its balance. All the Cicala signatures are present, they are just quieter than usual. Black cherry, scorched earth, graphite, spice and oak all meld together. Best of all, the 2018 can be enjoyed with only minimal cellaring.
    More Info
    Piedmont 5 97 (WS)
    In Bond
    SG$1,402.00
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    Wine Spectator (97)

    Pure and supple in texture, boasting aromas and flavors of rose, cherry, raspberry, vanilla and toasty oak, this red is pretty seamless already, with refined tannins that emerge on the finish, needing time to absorb the oak. There’s also a saline mineral element that lingers at the end. Best from 2027 through 2048. 495 cases made, 45 cases imported.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 94 (WA)
    In Bond
    SG$1,340.00
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    Wine Advocate (94)

    The 2013 Barolo Bussia Colonnello is the most ethereal and delicate of the Bussia series of wines. Fruit is sourced from a portion of the Bussia vineyard that is located closer to the village of Barolo (one kilometer away) than it is the village of Monforte d'Alba (five kilometers away). The sandy soils found here make for softer and tamer tannins especially when compared to the other parts of Bussia. The bouquet opens to aromas of blue flowers, spice, wild berry, licorice and white truffle. This is a softly nuanced and finessed Barolo made with fruit from 45-year-old vines.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,205.00
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2014 Barolo Colonnello is dark and inward. Succulent black cherry, smoke, leather, licorice, menthol and dark spice all run through this unctuous, super-concentrated Barolo. In most vintages, the Colonnello is a bit more aromatic and light on its feet, while the 2014 is a decidedly rich, heady wine, and yet all the elements are in the right place.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,135.00
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2015 Barolo Colonnello packs a serious punch. Macerated dark cherry, kirsch, spice, leather, licorice, blood orange and a kick of sweet oak all open up this powerful, strapping Barolo. The 2015 offers a good bit of immediacy, but there is plenty of tannin as well. The warmth of the year is evident in the wine’s ripe profile.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 94 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,200.00
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    Vinous (94)

    The 2016 Barolo Colonnello is a dark, bold, lush wine full of character. A blast of macerated black cherry, spice, leather, tobacco and menthol infuses the 2016 with striking depth. Resonant and ample, with notable character, the Colonnello is gorgeous in this tasting. In fact, it's one of the finest Barolos I have tasted from the Conterno brothers in a number of years. The substantial finish is a thing of beauty.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 92 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$1,035.00
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    Vinous (92)

    The 2017 Barolo Colonello is heady, exuberant and super-expressive. Wild cherry, tobacco, cedar, incense and blood orange all race out of the glass. There is something exotic about the Colonello that I find quite alluring. This racy Barolo captures the exuberance of the year, but is not at all overdone. Early signs of maturity in the aromatics and flavors suggest it is a wine for near and medium-term drinking.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 -
    In Bond
    SG$829.00
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    Piedmont 1 -
    In Bond
    SG$1,330.00
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    Piedmont 1 97 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$895.00
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    James Suckling (97)

    Freshly cut flowers with strawberry, peach and orange peel aromas that follow through to a full body with layers of velvety tannins, that have a fine texture and give a refined yet voluptuous mouthfeel. It shows class and harmony for this tannic vintage. Drink after 2027.
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    Piedmont 10 97 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$1,385.00
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    James Suckling (97)

    Freshly cut flowers with strawberry, peach and orange peel aromas that follow through to a full body with layers of velvety tannins, that have a fine texture and give a refined yet voluptuous mouthfeel. It shows class and harmony for this tannic vintage. Drink after 2027.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 97 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$10,930.00
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    Vinous (97)

    Aldo Conterno’s 1988 Granbussia in magnum is the reply. Wow. What a wine. Still powerful, young and structured, the 1988 simply dazzles with its pure density. I have always considered the 1989 the greatest Granbussia, but the 1988 makes a very strong argument to be included in that conversation.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 96 (VN)
    In Bond
    SG$3,880.00
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    Vinous (96)

    Aldo Conterno’s 1990 Barolo Riserva Granbussia, a wine from the estate’s glory days, more than lives up to its reputation. The Granbussia is darker and noticeably softer than the Monfortino, signs that Aldo Conterno long had a more modernist leaning than his brother, Giovanni Conterno, who made the 1990 at the family’s Giacomo Conterno estate. Both wines are a real pleasure to drink, not just taste. This flight is incredibly instructive, but also hits all the high notes on the pleasure scale.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 97 (WA)
    In Bond
    SG$4,730.00
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    Wine Advocate (97)

    The 2006 Barolo Riserva Granbussia is exceedingly Piemontese in character. The wine follows in local tradition with a bouquet that is ethereal and fine, yet powerful and long-lasting at the same time. It is shy and reticent at first, but once it starts to open the wine seemingly never stops. There are notes of black fruit, spice, tar, licorice, pencil shaving and a touch of rusty nail. The wine shows beautiful finesse and will definitely endure a long and prosperous drinking window. The tannins show silky integration and there is an enormous push of power and persistence in the palate.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 -
    In Bond
    SG$3,705.00
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    Piedmont 5 19.5 (MJ)
    In Bond
    SG$2,468.00
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    Matthew Jukes (19.5)

    When they started co-fermenting this wine in 2005, it offered an integration and balance to this label that was missing when it was previously a blended wine. This is never more evident than in this incredible wine. The nose is utterly stunning a mere two and half years after my first taste, and it can only be described as a stellar creation. While the palate is closed, contemplative, hugely dense, and imposing, the link between the floral, tobacco, tea, and chypre-soaked nose and the extraordinary palate is gripping. There is no gap between perfume and palate ? no truck and trailer, just impeccable limousine. Sensational.
    More Info
    Piedmont 5 19.5 (MJ)
    In Bond
    SG$2,415.00
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    Matthew Jukes (19.5)

    The more powerful and structured elements are kept to the back of the palate, and you are afforded a very generous five or so seconds to revel in the luxuriousness of the indulgent fruit notes before the tannins swarm in and add a shockingly crunchy finish. There is so much red fruit (and not as much obvious Romirasco black fruit) than I expected, and there is impressive anti-fruit sappiness coming from the earth, trunk and powerful surrounding vineyard nuances. I am not surprised that this is such an arresting wine, but its overriding character is one of silkiness coupled with phenomenal freshness on the finish.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 98 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$1,725.00
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    James Suckling (98)

    Beautiful dark fruits of crushed raspberries and blueberries plus hints of champignon mushrooms and black truffles. Lavender undertones. Full and chewy with lots of tannins. Old vines give this a mossy, bark-like undertone. Needs five to six years to come around.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 94 (WA)
    In Bond
    SG$1,465.00
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    Wine Advocate (94)

    The 2014 Barolo Bussia Romirasco shows the merits of strict fruit selection in a challenging vintage. Only 4,620 bottles were made in order to preserve the highest quality obtainable. This is a complete and generous expression that starts off with a succession of black fruit aromas and continues to lighter notes of anise seed, tar, licorice and blue violet. The mouthfeel offers volume and texture with nicely integrated tannins. In order to get this quality, fruit selection was key, says Giacomo Conterno.
    More Info
    Piedmont 1 97 (JS)
    In Bond
    SG$2,045.00
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    James Suckling (97)

    This is very bright and floral with white-truffle and dark-berry aromas. Some white pepper. Full-bodied, chewy and rich with beautiful density and brightness. So silky and rich. Long, flavorful finish. Drink in 2022.
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