Big, rich with dark, brooding fruit. Lots of spice, tobacco and dried cranberry. You will find this for $95 and up everywhere else! From Wine Advocate: The fruit in the 2015 Barolo Cerequio is darker than in the Cannubi, and there is more spice, cured tobacco and dried blackberry. You'll find a lot more muscle and power here, too: This is a good Barolo for braised beef. There is great structure and a heavier flavor footprint on the palate, along with more grit in the mouth and a tannic bite. This wine was not produced in the difficult 2014 vintage.