Oddero's Barolo is substantial, with more fruit than our other option but at a slightly higher price. This is their base Barolo but Oddero is endowed with a variety of vineyards including some that other producers bottle as single-vineyard crus.
OM Wines writes: The vines are mature, which is an important determining factor of quality; high quality fruit from mature vines, traditional vinification (long maceration and aging in large barrels for 30 months, twice the minimum), gives us textbook Barolo.
The combination of vineyards in both of the sides of the appellation gives a wine with medium structure, classic aromas and flavors (wild strawberry, red currants, orange peel, cedar, Ceylon cinnamon, and tealeaves. This of course will age very well for as long as you can resist, certainly up to 15 years and more in great vintages