1997 Sandrone, Barolo, Cannubi Boschis (RT94) The massively proportioned Cannubi Boschis is the ripest and most massively fruited wine this night, achieving nearly decadent levels of richness rarely found in Barolo. Thick, sweet and bordering on extravagant and packed with ripe red raspberry and beef blood, it comes off as if the fruit were dried and concentrated on racks like late harvest Amarone. This is a great effort by Sandrone, but for my palate it is a stylistic anomaly that tracks a wee bit too far outside the boundaries of expected Nebbiolo nuance to make it a classic Barolo. Drink now-2022 Tasted November 2007