Barolo DOCG

Barolo del Comune di La Morra DOCG

On the nose scents of cinnamon and smoke align with strawberry and cherry, followed by hints of mint, oregano, forest, and orange zest. In the mouth, the texture is velvety and red fruits come forward. Fresh tannins keep the wine bright and intriguing all the way through the finish.

  • Composition: Nebbiolo 100%
  • Origin: La Morra
  • Vineyard Terrain:
    Surface total 2,3 Ha
    Esposition: Southwest.
    Altitude: 350 mt. (1,150 ft)
    Soil typology: limestone and clay
  • Vineyard Detail:
    Training method: Guyot
    Average age: 35 years old
    Yield: 5 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:
    12,000 bottles per year approx.
  • Our Cru vineyards in La Morra area

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