Barolo Riserva DOCG

Barolo Riserva DOCG

The Barolo Riserva is made with a special selection of the oldest Nebbiolo vines of the Rocche cru. This is a deep and layered Barolo, which benefits from time in the bottle in order to reach its full harmonious potential. As a younger wine, it offers a plush texture with smooth tannins and flavors of blackberry, black cherry, earth, cocoa powder, smoke, tobacco, and cologne. As an aged wine, the Vecchie Vigne shows a luminosity and freshness with plenty of floral qualities, along with fresh fruit and satiny tannins.

  • Composition: Nebbiolo 100%
  • Origin: La Morra Vineyard Rocche dell'Annunziata:
  • Vineyard Terrain
    Surface Total: 0.3 ha.
    Exposition: Southwest
    Altitude: 300 - 320 mt (985 – 1,050 ft)
    Soil typology: Clay and sandy
  • Vineyard Detail:
    Training method: Guyot
    Average age: 55 - 60 years old
    Yield: 4 tons/hectare
  • Fermentation:
    In temperature controlled stainless steel vats for approximately seven days.
    Malolactic completes in barrel
  • Aging:
    In oak barrels of diverse ages for 24 months and in bottle. No fining or filtration is used.
  • Production:
    1,200 bottles per year approx.
  • Our Cru vineyards in La Morra area

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