WS  Wine Spectator
RP  Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
WE  Wine Enthusiast
JS  James Suckling
JD  Jeb Dunnuck
TA  Tim Atkin
W&W  Wine & Spirits
CG  Connoisseurs' Guide
WW  Wilfred Wong
BH  Allen Meadows' Burghound
TP  Tasting Panel
WH  Whisky Advocate
JM  Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy
SJ  The Somm Journal
Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
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Poderi Aldo Conterno Barolo Bussia 2017
96 Points - James Suckling
This is so aromatic and beautiful with cherry, berry, hazelnut and Indian spices. It’s full-bodied with firm, velvety tannins that show form and brilliance. It’s extremely long and sophisticated. Tight at the finish. Try after 2024.
93 Points - Wine Spectator
A chameleon like red, with hallmark aromas and flavours of tomato sauce, cherry, macerated plum, iron and wet hay. The ripe fruit gets sweeter in this red as it builds to the vice grip of tannins on the finish, with the sweet fruit returning in the end. Best from 2025 through 2042.
92 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The Poderi Aldo Conterno 2017 Barolo Bussia shows a dark but busy quality of fruit that speaks more to the power of this hot vintage than it does the nuanced side of Nebbiolo. In this respect, the wine is quite typical of the 2017 growing season. It takes a while before the wine finds focus in the glass, but it does slowly come together to reveal broad layers of dark cherry, cassis and plum. There is some tannic tightness that leads to sour berry.