The 95 Point Barolo Case Deal (with the secret 5 case price)

Posted October 08, 2015

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Get the 2010 Poderi Colla Barolo Bussia Dardi le Rose for just $79.99/btl. Buy by the case and use code 95BAROLO to get it for only $69.99 with free shipping! 

(There is a bonus 5 case price available!  Click here to e-mail Brandon to find out what it is!)

We couldn't wait to get this in the building!

Before anything else, here are 3 important facts about today's huge offer!

1) - The Vintage - How often does a year like 2010 come along? According to Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, there has never been a better year! The 2010 Barolo vintage in general rates as the highest ever, and Wine Spectator has it tied for the second highest rated of all time. The proof of the quality came strong in the form of consumer interest as well, as we haven't sold this much Barolo in a single vintage in a long time! 
2) - The score - The 95 Point review really says it all "Multifaceted aromas of ripe plum, bright red berry, leather and underbrush jump from the glass. The intense palate delivers crushed red cherry alongside notes of black pepper, clove, sage, mint, licorice and balsamic notes. It has great energy thanks to brisk acidity and decisive tannins. Drink 2020–2040." WE.  We thought this was a spectacular example of everything 2010 can deliver ... and more!!

3) - The case price (and the secret 5 case deal) - We are offering the wine below for $69.99 per bottle when you buy a case or more and use the code 95BAROLO.  On top of that, the shipping is free.  In addition, there is a secret 5 case price as well!  Simply click here to send us an email and we will fill you in!

Introducing the 2010 Poderi Colla Barolo Bussia Dardi Le Rose

95 Points - Wine Enthusiast

Our normal sale price - $79.99

Today, get this for $69.99 per bottle when you buy by the case and use the code 95BAROLO.  In addition, shipping will be free as well!! 

(There is a bonus 5 case price available!  Click here to e-mail Brandon to find out what it is!)

Barolo: “the wine of kings, the king of wines”, is a region that has worked tirelessly, artisanally, and yes, innovatively to establish itself as one of the most powerful, age-worthy, collectible wine zones in Western Europe.  While centuries of winemaking history offer enough evidence to back up this claim, the greatest strides have been made in the last 60 years. At the center of that innovation is Beppe Colla, the first Barolo winemaker to vinify and bottle single vineyard selections in 1961.

Here’s where the story begins…

Beppe Colla is Barolo’s founding father of the modern day ‘Cru’ (single vineyard) system in Barolo, so when Giuseppe Mascarello and Bruno Giacosa list their Cru-level Barolo on wine lists for hundreds of dollars per bottle (and sometimes more!), you can secretly thank Beppe Colla. Colla took seismic steps to produce the first Cru-level bottling with the 1961 Prunotto Barolo Bussia. Minds were blown at the time because it was a bold statement to sell the Cru at a higher price on its own merits, but it was a game changer, and the entire region advanced.

2010 Barolo: A modern day classic

Critics have come out of the woodwork to taste, review and score 2010 Barolo, and their consensus was unanimous — this is an epic vintage, whose signature soaring aromatics, profound flavor profile and age-worthy structure is as exciting as it gets for Italian wine. Antonio Galloni was among the first to raid the flag with his reviews, raving about the region’s phenomenal releases. Once again, Barolo has been firmly positioned as a must-have for collectors everywhere, lining up Barolo as invaluable to fans of everything ranging from Napa Cab to Burgundy.

And what about this single Cru called Bussia?

Wines from the single vineyard Bussia, in the southern sub-zone of Monforte d’Alba, are known for their potent structure and big, bold, richly textured flavors. They also tend to produce the region’s most age-worthy wines with inexplicable concentration. Amazing. Home to luminaries such as Aldo Conterno and Prunotto, it’s no surprise we were so excited by today’s offering, especially considering the deal on this offer.

Get the 2010 Poderi Colla Barolo Bussia Dardi le Rose for just $79.99/btl. Buy by the case and use code 95BAROLO to get it for only $69.99 WITH FREE SHIPPING


Item: 91074

750 mL

Retail: $103.99

$79.99 per btl