We wouldn’t really expect a wine like this to come out of such prime Barolo and Barbaresco locations, although it isn’t too out of the norm. We are however very glad the Baudana’s and Aldo made such a lovely wine. A labor of love, everything by hand, it has a dry perfume of stone, wild flowers, and summer grass that follow onto the palate and are balanced even further by slightly savory, herbaceous tones. The touches of Riesling and Nascetta give us a long, elegant finish that is so refreshing, and no, the Riesling doesn’t give any sweetness. This is a beautifully crisp, dry wine.