Belgian wrote:Belgian wrote:Fontanafredda Langhe Nebbiolo 2017
This is quite the value. It's not as complex as Barbaresco Nebbiolo, taste is a bit jammy in the middle, but boy is there some nice Italian terroir and grape typicity. Complex raisiny black fruit, dryness, herbals, a touch sanguine salty and leather...
Had 4-5 of these, this Langhe improves in the bottle,over a day or two. Probably one to decant, and might age a few years. Solid stuff if you can chase it down!
portwood wrote:Anyone looking to "experiment" with Whisk(e)y?
This could be a good place to start:
https://www.lcbo.com/webapp/wcs/stores/ ... ciLl1c3kmR
not sure its the same set, but looking at the company's website, its a good variety and some gems in the bunch:
https://thespiritco.com/products/that-b ... 19-edition
Not cheap (this works out to a single bottle for 200 bucks) but given the expense of putting together 30ml samples it's a reasonable price relative to LCBO "standards".
I've ordered one and looking forward to the Ben Nevis, Clynelish, and Longmorn
(I'll update when I pick up my box)
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