2009 Barolo (from cask)
The flavors of this wine were very enjoyable for such a young Barolo. However, it was clear that this wine needed more time to mature and gain complexity. According to their technical sheet, it's coming to the end of it's barrel aging regiment, but will spend a little more time in bottle where hopefully the wine will be able to grow up a bit and everything will mesh together. I've read that this wine really peaks at a minimum of 15 years, so perhaps it really does just need time.
2006/7 Barbaresco Chiaramanti
I forgot to note the vintage on this bottle and so I can't remember whether this was the 2006 or the 2007. If I had to pick one, I'd say 2007. I thought this was a very well-made wine. It had great balance and had layer after layer of flavor. Ripe and fairly easy to drink even now, especially with some of the local fare: meat and truffles.
2007/8 Da Pruvé
This is a brand new project for them (and again I forgot to look at the vintage. I was a little worn from traveling. But again, if I had to guess I would say 2008). It's a straight 50/50 blend between nebbiolo and barbera that combines the best of both worlds: the acidity and freshness of barbera with the structure and depth of nebbiolo. It's a great wine to enjoy young while you wait for the Barolo and Barbaresco to age to maturity.