The Borgogno 2016 Barolo wears a light and delicate fabric with a lacework of detailed and subtle aromas. Nothing is too big or too bold in this wine that adopts a genuine and traditional approach to Nebbiolo. Indeed, it could be criticized for coming in so far under the intensity threshold, especially for a classic vintage such as this. Soft cherry and cassis segue to spice, smoke, rusty nail and licorice. The wine should flesh out with more cellaring.