(2012 Vintage) Wine produced with Barbera grapes. The colour is very intense, ruby red. On the nose it offers aromas of ripe forest fruits and undertones of vanilla while on the palate this wine is closetextures, mouth-filling with aromas of ripe raspberries and blackberries. There is a nice balance of acidity alcohol and tannins followed by a long-appealing finish. It is ideal for a long period of ageing; matured in large barrel for 6 months and refined in bottle for at least 12 months. Serving temperature is 18 °C and it can be served throughout the entire meal Barbera: A red grape variety of Piedmont origin. Barbera has seen great results in the past twenty years, becoming a favorite of wine lovers all over the world. The Boroli Barbera grapes come from vineyards in the area of Alba, with a south-east and east exposition. The vines are trained in the guyot method and are planted at a density of 4,000 plants per hectare. Moderately aged, the wine is harmonious and fruity, ideal for easy enjoyment. “Quattro Fratelli” refers to the four Boroli brothers, and was named by Achille Boroli, the third of the four brothers!
Ken's Wine Guide(2005 Vintage) This dark ruby wine opens with a moderate blueberry and blackberry like bouquet with a touch of tobacco. On the palate, this medium bodied wine is balanced, not overly complex, but has no hard edges...
Wine & Spirits(2005 Vintage) Rating: 91/100 - As reviewed by Wine & Spirits Magazine on 12/07