Did anyone go, other than the four of you I spoke to? I was impressed, perhaps even more so in some ways than it the last Tasting I went to at 67PM. In part that was because the 2013s were a bit more bedded down and were (for me) showing their potential. My assessment: Roero is increasingly a region which offers really good value Nebbiolo with more terroir character than more generic Langhe equivalents. I thought the Palladino wines from Serralunga had genuine ageing potential. The San Bernardo, which won Platinum at DWWA 2018, was very impressive, but the cheaper single vineyard wines were good as well. I thought that all the Barbaresco producers had nice wines. Those of ex-Gaja winemaker Silvia (Guido) Rivella were hard to taste as they are so concentrated, but I think they are potentially world class. I enjoyed the white Arneis’s, especially the G Almondo pair. Some will have read my article, but I am genuinely interested to know how other Piedmontese palates rate the wines.