It’s easy to be intimidated by big, bad, bold Barolo, the delightful
wine from the Piedmont in Italy made from nebbiolo. It needs time
in-bottle to even its tannins, it’s usually not cheap, and you feel like
you need to make a perfect porterhouse to pair it with. But relax,
there’s this Fontanafredda (suggested retail $45) from one of the
historic producers from the region.