94 Points - James Suckling: A fruity, round-textured red with plums, berries and hints of cedar. It’s full-bodied with juicy tannins and a flavorful finish.
92 Points - Wine Advocate: The classic Boroli 2016 Barolo shows an open-knit personality with dark fruit, dried cherry and cassis. Beyond that primary fruit, this wine offers a good amount of oak toast in the form of exotic spice and campfire ash. The wine delivers a modern or flashy approach with extra softness and textural richness brought about by the oak. This is a great medium-term Barolo to drink with an elegant dish of guinea hen or quail with a gamey reduction sauce.