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I suspect that with many/most wineries (some are still closed if they have no food service) there is going to be a LOT of unsold inventory this year which means one thing. Lots of bargains to be had and I am sure Costco will snap up quite a few of them.
 

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With the bucatini, I broke out an actual Amarone della Valpolicella from WTSO. Very enjoyable, even if no great shakes. It was a "Juliet" label from 2012. (I have no idea -- just a random buy from WTSO.)
 

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Wife told me this Barolo has been flying off the shelf at Costco, very popular.

so I‘m going to give it a try, anyone tried it? $19.99 at Costco and it shows 92 pts 🤔🤔


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If you're getting a DOCG Barolo for under $35, it's certainly worth trying. I think Suckling is usually a little generous, but 92 is nothing to sneeze at.
 

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Wife told me this Barolo has been flying off the shelf at Costco, very popular.

so I‘m going to give it a try, anyone tried it? $19.99 at Costco and it shows 92 pts 🤔🤔
 
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