Brovia’s lone Barolo from the neighboring township of Serralunga d’Alba, “Ca’Mia” is sourced from the best and oldest part of the family’s holding in the centrally located cru of Brea. The Nebbiolo for “Ca’Mia” was planted in 1955 on a southeast-exposed part of the cru at 350 meters altitude, and Brea’s limestone-dominated soils—in contrast to the generally sandier soils of Castiglione Falletto—yield a Barolo of boisterous and unabashed lushness. If “Rocche” is regal and poised, and “Villero” stern and brooding, then “Ca’Mia” is pure extroversion—the kind of wine that can’t be ignored. The 2015 is a tour de force, showing great nuance and focus beneath its rush of dark, spice-drenched fruit and stony power. Its tannins, while fresh, are potent and plentiful, and the wine certainly needs time for its neutron-star density to relent.