"Parcels of Barolo comune crus, Monrobiolo, Coste di Rose & Preda (all owned) of various ages to 50 years. Tending to silt/sand and up to 350m with either sth-east or sth-west aspect. A producer's Barolo normale or base ought to be good. This is again, exactly what you’re thinking. The three crus, each sitting just above Bussia, do combine in a wine with Barolo & some Monforte personalities. Mainly ‘red’ in orientation, this is fresh, really fleshy, pure and again wonderfully light on its feet."
- David Ridge, David Ridge Wines