“Ernest Hemingway drank Valpolicella because he was around Venice, and in those days the Oddero brothers of La Morra couldn’t get their wines to him. But if he’d known Oddero Barolo he would not have turned to the liquor which ultimately killed him.” – Brera, Gianni. “L’accademia Di Brera.” La Repubblica, 12 Dec. 1986
Hints of black plum, dried eucalyptus flower, truffles and licorice. The palate is full with round tannins, good acidity and a hint of herbal spice and leather on the finish. Open 30 minutes before drinking.