Barolo. One of the most elegant of Italian wines, this famed, delicate Piedmonte interpretation of the Nebbiolo grape has been treasured for years now. It must be noted that it’s a wine that could takes years to soften up and be drinkable. Others thought they could do it faster, and so fruitier, more direct wines came on the market, much to the chagrin of the traditionalists (see, Barolo Boys). So we arrive to my latest Lidl adventure. For those who may not know it, Lidl was a cheap, bargain grocery […]

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