Barolo DOCG


Elegant, full-bodied, balanced.

The king of wines, like Camillo Benso from Cavour was used to say.

Origin: La Morra
Grape: Nebbiolo 100%
Color: Bright red ruby tending to garnet
Alcohol: 14°
Harvest: 1st decade of October

The nose offers a broad and complex profile of floral scents, with hints of rose and violet. Fruity sensations, with notes also of balsamic liquorice, tobacco and leather.

On the palate it stands out for its warmth, for a tannin often marked as a sign of youth, notes of sapidity and acidity, which close in a finish of delicate persistence. As time goes by, tannins have an evolution that "rounds up" the gustatory profile, making it even softer and more elegant.

At the highest levels, it wants to be savored alone! It is incomparable with game dishes, excellent with truffle-based dishes also with aged cheeses.


The vineyards are located in the municipality of La Morra, in the site of Roncaglia, at an altitude of 280 meters above sea level, facing south-east, and Capalot, historic subarea at 350 meters above sea level, facing south to south-east,  50 year old, where the soil includes clay-calcareous marl with veins of sand.



Selection of grapes in the vineyard.
The grapes ferment with a maceration of about 15 days in thermo-regulated steel tanks with automatic and computerized system of pumping over and punching down.
After several subsequent decanting, the malolactic fermentation begins: malic acid is transformed into lactic acid and the wine becomes softer and more stable.



Ageing for 36 months in third-use French oak barrels (tonneaux) of 400 liters.



It is bottled at least six months before being marketed.