Barbaresco Pajoré – 2014

Region: italy - piedmont


Nestled at the very top of the impressively steep, vine-clad hills of the Treiso zone of Barbaresco, the winery’s vineyards were planted as early as the 1960’s in the white marl, calcareous soil typical of this area. An impressive selection of cru Barbaresci is punctuated by the spectacular Vigna Boito  located at the peak of the Rizzi cru. The estate is managed entirely by the Dellapiana family with son Enrico as winemaker and viticulturist. Rizzi Winery participates in “The Green Experience” project which mandates guidelines for environmentally sustainable production.


94 Points

Enticing new leather, dark baking spice and violet aromas emerge in this taut red. Succulent and savory, it delivers juicy Marasca cherry, raspberry compote, flinty mineral and star anise flavors while firm, refined tannins and fresh acidity offer support. Drink 2020–2029.

Wine Enthusiast, November, 2017
92 Points

A beautiful Barbaresco characterized by dried cherries but even blueberries, not to mention dried rose petals and hints of orange rind and cedar.  Full body, deliciously chewy tannins, a long line of acidity and a medium to long finish.  Drink in 2019.

jamessuckling.com, October, 2017
17 Points

Good freshness on nose and slightly sweet fruit. Really edgy with masses of acidity and fine tannins. Rather graceful. With a core and an edge. Tar and veg. 2019 – 2028

JancisRobinson.com, October, 2017