Vineyard: Hills with 770-990 ft a.s.l. of altitude and exposure to South-West
Training System: Traditional with Guyot pruning
Ageing: The vinification process follows the tradition, with about 15 days of floating cap fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. Our Barolo ages 38 months, of which about 18 in large French oak casks and at least 4 months in bottle
Organoleptic Feature:This wine is garnet to red-brown in colour, with intense, violet, cherries and liquorice aromas. The taste is balanced and elegant, with persistent velvet tannins
The king of wines, our Barolo is obtained from a small vineyard in the Bussia area of Monforte d’Alba, one of the most prestigious site thanks to its unique soil composition and climatic guardianship. After at least 18 months of ageing in large French oak barrels, it releases ruby red shades, and scents of small red fruits. From the tasting it is well balanced and elegant, with persistent velvet tannins.