"The 1967 Borgogno possesses a captivating and enthralling nose of roses, licorice and menthol you could get lost in. Sadly, this wine is less interesting on the palate, and lacks continuity, definition and fruit to balance the aromatics. Nevertheless, this is an interesting bottle that showcases the Borgogno style in its classic, austere character. The tannins are quite soft, and this is a pretty wine for current consumption. It shows no signs of being tired, and the way Borgognos age, this bottling can easily last another ten or more years. Like all of this house’s library releases, this wine is incredibly fresh and intact considering its 38 years." 90 Points, The Wine Advocate January 2012 : Classic brick-edged color with a nose that just never gave up -- full of floral notes, tar, leather. The palate was rich with nebbiolo fruit, mushrooms, and integrated tannins. During the entire 3 hrs it never varied in its intense flavors and aromas, no sign of flagging or aging.