You, reader, need to pay attention to this wine. Traditionalist Barolo of a quality similar to Giacamo Conterno at Â¼ of the price and 10 times the obscurity. It is also the sort of wine that is becoming increasingly difficult to find even as it evokes some of the most haunting aromas possible. Perhaps most astonishingly, Teobaldo (who passed away in 2009) asked wine critics not to review his wines ever, and this request has been respected. As such, this wine has never been scored by a single wine critic or writer in the world. It is perhaps the wisest wine I know. This is the antithesis of old fashioned wine. What does â€˜traditionalistâ€™ mean? Well Cappellano (now Teobaldoâ€™s son Augusto) respects the power of his fruit over the wizardry of the cellar. Incredible attention to detail in the vineyards means much of the work is done once the wine hits the cellar. "Just Grapes"