Wine Advocate-Parker :
On the nose, the 2015 Barolo Coste di Rose offers dry and almost dusty notes of crushed stone and camphor ash followed by tight berry and wild blueberry. There is a floral component to the wine as well, with blue flower, lavender and dried rose. This vintage plays forward the differences between the vineyard crus of Barolo with enormous precision and individual identity. This expression remains slightly more delicate and compact in terms of its inner fiber. A mere 7,000 bottles were produced.