Barolo DOCG

Region: Piemonte

Sub-region: Verduno


The vineyards benefit from a range of exposures, and face east, south and west at an altitude. Vines are planted at an altitude varying inbetween 350 - 420 m.asl, and range between to 10 - 40 year mark. Soil is of a medium density, with an impressive proportion of chalk and limestone. Vines are guyot-trained, 4,500 planted per ha.


Hand-harvested, usually in the second half of October. The fermentation process lasts 15 days, and is carried out in large French oak barrels at a controlled temperature with daily punching down. Next, it is transferred to stainless steel tanks for the malolactic fermentation, and then fined for two years in 35 - 50 hl. Slavonian oak barrels. The wine is usually bottled in August, and finally aged for another 12 months before commercial release.

Grape Varieties

100% Nebbiolo