Bruno Rocca

Paradoxically, our goal is not to "make" wine, but to guide its evolution to help it best express itself. Our land, not the producer, is inscribed on the wine.

Bruno Rocca Langhe Nebbiolo Fralu 2016
91  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 91+ The 2016 Langhe Nebbiolo Fral├╣ is another wine that I would add to my growing collection of excellent value buys from the 2016 vintage. Fruit from the youngest vines makes this wine, and fermentations are executed at cooler temperatures compared to the Nebbiolo for Barbaresco (at

Bruno Rocca Barbaresco DOCG 2013
93  Wine Advocate 
Wine Advocate 93 "Bruno Rocca does a fabulous job with his base Barbaresco. The 2013 Barbaresco is an elegant and streamlined wine with delicate nuances of dark fruit and wild berry backed by dried violets and white pepper. The approach is elegant, fine and silky. I highly recommend this wine for

Bruno Rocca 'Trifole' Dolcetto d'Alba 2015
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Color: Intense dark black colour with purplish hues. Nose: net and clean scent of ripe fruit (plum, blackberry, cherry). Elegant and profound. Flavour: round and warm, with great softness and good grapes tannins. Dense and embracing, it has average persistence at first taste; lingering aftertaste

Bruno Rocca 'Trifole' Dolcetto d'Alba 2014
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90  Vinous Media 
Vinous Media 90"The 2014 Dolcetto d'Alba Trifole is gourgeous. Sweet red cherry, plum ,spice, mint, and dark spices flesh out in a supple, beautifully textured Dolcetto that shows what a talented and passionate grower can do in a tough vintage. You can't ask for more in a 2014 Dolcetto."