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2010




The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 187 - 27/02/2010
Giuseppe Mascarello e Figli
I have had the privilege to drink - not just taste - Mascarello's 1989 and 1990 Barolo Monprivato on several occasions this year, but that notwithstanding I was frankly not at all prepared for the sensational showing of these bottles from proprietor Mauro Mascarello's cellar. ...
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2009




The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 185 - 31/10/2009
Giuseppe Mascarello
Proprietor Mauro Mascarello has turned out two very pretty 2005 Barolos, but did not bottle his Villero as he waited until after the rains to pick the fruit and by that time the quality in the vineyard had been compromised. There is also no Cà d'Morissio in 2005, as that juice was blended into the Monprivato. ...
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2008


John Gilman

VIEW FROM THE CELLAR


Critical and Historical Commentary of a Vinous Nature
G. Mascarello & Figlio
The estate of Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio has a long and illustrious history in Piemonte, and is unequivocally one of the greatest names in Barolo today.
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The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 179 - 30/10/2008
G. Mascarello & Figlio
Mauro Mascarello is one of the most fascinating personalities in Piedmont. He is also arguably the longest-tenured active winemaker in the Langhe, having been directly responsible for ali aspects of production at his family's estate since 1970, which makes him an invaluable resource on the traditions of the region.
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2007




The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 173 - 31/10/2007
G. Mascarello & Figlio
Mauro Mascarello ls-one of the few producers who prefers his 2003 Barolosto his 2001s as he finds they have more power and intensity while also maintaining finesse and a sense of classicism.
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Wine Report
2007
GREATEST WINE PRODUCERS
Barolo Monprivato Riserva Ca' d'Morissio 1997 Giuseppe Mascarello, Langhe, (€125) From one of the famous crus of Barolo, Monprivato at Castiglione Falletto, this Riserva, matured fro 48 months in large Slavonian oak barrels...
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2006




The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
Number 167 - 31/10/2006
G. Mascarello e Figlio
Mauro Mascarello is one of the few remaining traditionalist producers in Barolo. Mascarello owns what is surely one of the most prized wineyards in all of Piedmont, Monprivato, which occupies a stupendous position, sheltered by Bricco Boschis...
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Claude Kolm's

THE FINE WINE REVIEW


Number 113 - 2006
G. Mascarello e Figlio
Mascarello, too, has no 2002 Barolo, as all was sold off to negociants. The Barolo Villero, is still closed in the nose, but is very fine, light, and harmonious in the mouth with dusty cherry fruit. 2011-2030. The Barolo Santo Stefano di Perno shows more structure and depth, but less finesse...
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February 2006
Barolo - Ancient & Modern
On a recent visit to one of Barolo's finest producers, Mauro Mascarello, I was taken aback when he fished out an email I had sent him months earlier, commenting on his top wine, Cà d'Morissio. My comment had been favourable...
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2005


Antonio Galloni's

Piedmont ReportTM
The consumer's guide to the wines of Piedmont

Issue 3 and 4 - July 2005
Giuseppe Mascarello (Monchiero)
Mauro Mascarello is one of the few remaining traditionalist producers in Barolo. Mascarello owns what is surely one of the most prized vineyards in all of Piedmont, Monprivato, which occupies a stupendous position, sheltered by Bricco Boschis to the north and Bricco Rocche ...
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Claude Kolm's

THE FINE WINE REVIEW

GOODIES FROM PIEDMONT


N ° 107
Giuseppe Mascarello & Figlio
Followers know that one of the great names across several decades has been Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio. It was my great delight and privilege to attend a tasting at Mauro Mascarello's cellar in Monchiero this past May of wines back to 1970. The estates dates to 1881...
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The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 160 - 29/08/2005
Mauro Mascarello:
The Wines 1997 - 2001

In an age of standardized wines and winemaking, it's hard to resist the portfolio of this producer, a true character in every sense of the word, but one who, at least, believes in his vineyards, their individual grape varieties, and the necessity...
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2004




The consumer's passport
to fine wine

November/December 2004
Giuseppe Mascarello & Figlio, Monchiero
Mauro Mascarello loves the 1999 vintage, but notes that the wines are a bit tough and hard to taste today. They're more structured than the '98s, he adds, but also rich and fat. Vintage 2000 was a hot year, ...
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www.vinforum.no
N° 5 - December 2004
Maestro Mascarello
A wine tasting could be so many different things. It could be about quality or not or about the matter of taste. These are for trivialities to reckon the day you meet the wine and the people behind it, giving you the feeling of being present in a unity of senses ...
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Wine International

www.wineint.com
Italy out of the ordinary
CHARLES METCALFE broadens his mind at vertical tastings frorn two very different wineries: one a century-old Barolo, and the other praised as "the Sassicaia of....
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2003




The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 149 - 31/10/2003
Mauro Mascarello:
The Wines 1999 - 2001

Mauro Mascarello releases his wines later than most in the zone, and consumers are more likely to find the 1998's in the market at the present. continue >

2001



The consumer's passport to fine wine
September/October 2001
Three Vertical Tastings
Mauro Mascarello Barolo Monprivato

The Mascarello family's impressive southwest-facing Monprivato vineyard in Castiglione Falletto has been producing some of the finest traditionally styled Barolos ...
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The Indipendent Consumer's Bimonthly Guide to Fine Wine
N° 137 - 30/10/2001
Mauro Mascarello:
1998 BAROLO MONPRIVATO

A silky, full-bodied, opulent effort, Mascarello's 1998 Barolo Monprivato reveals good intensity as well as a fleshy.Up-front bouquet of licorice, tobacco, sweet cherries, melted asphalt, and rose petals. A classic...
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www.winereport.com



Barolo Monprivato: a celebration of Nebbiolo
A Vertical Tasting

A splendid 6-hectare hillside site at an altitude of 280 meters located in the village of Castiglione Falletto in the heart of the Barolo ...
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n°. 196 MAY 2001
WRITTEN AND PUBLISHED
BY CLIVE COATES MW
Giuseppe Mascarello & Figlio, Monchiero
This is one of my favourite Barolo producers, and Mauro Mascarello one of my favourite people. At a blind tasting some 15 years ago I gave his 1978 Monprivato 20 out of 20, and I have always considered this vineyard...
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2000



The consumer's passport
to fine wine
N° 93 - November/December 2000
Mauro Mascarello, Monchiero
Following my tasting of current and upcoming releases with the Mascarello family, Mauro Mascarello staged a vertical tasting...
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