Brezza remains one of Piedmont’s great undiscovered gems. The estate’s Barolos, made in a rigorously traditional style, show tons of vintage and vineyard character in the classic, mid-weight style that is the signature of traditionally made Barolos from the village of Barolo. Brezza offers a beautiful window into the fascinating world of traditional Barolo. If you truly love that style, these are wines you will definitely want to enjoy and collect.
A superb example of Barolo – reassuringly classic, possessing all the typical characteristics, plus it is balanced, ripe and deep. Two years in large oak. A great buy at the price, with very good cellaring potential. ( CR 16.5 )
Enzo Brezza blends the Nebbiolo fruit of three vineyards: Rué, Bricco San Pietro & Ravera, all close to the cantina in the village of Barolo, all about a hectare each. Measured & undemonstrative just like its creator, it shows a herbal, sweet red berry and coolness. Very straightforward, benchmark Barolo, with iron-filing, sapid fruit & presence. Should evolve very well in the bottle over the next 8 years+ (DBG )