The 2017 Barolo Pajana shows harmony and a long, polished texture that builds pretty momentum on the palate and to the finish. The wine is seamless in a manner that Nebbiolo cannot achieve until it has had much more time to evolve and age in the bottle. However, this hot-vintage expression appears wiser than its years, showing a more accessible style that won't require years of cellaring. Only 5,500 bottles were produced. This is the last vintage touched by the hands of Domenico Clerico. He died on July 16 of that year at the age of 67 after a battle with illness.
Served at 16-18 °C with risotto with leeks and truffles, pork sausages, braised duck, meat ragu, wild poultry, chestnuts, cured ham, Parmigiano Reggiano.
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