This wine is produced from the assembly of grapes from different vineyards and reserved for some particular customers.

Denomination: Barolo D.O.C.G.
Production area: Municipality of La Morra
Grape variety: Nebbiolo
Soil: clayey, calcareous
Exposure: south, south-east, south-west
Vines per hectare: 4,000
Type of farming: guyot
Harvest: October

The grapes that have just been picked and selected in the vineyard are transported to the cellar where they are quickly de-stemmed, softly pressed and sent to temperature-controlled barrels for fermentation. The fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature between 25° – 27° for about 8/12 days during which periodic pumping over is carried out in order to extract the colour and all the trace elements contained in the skins from the skins. When all the sugar has transformed into alcohol, the wine is drawn off and transferred into the same thermo-conditioned barrels at a temperature of about 20 ° thus allowing the spontaneous start of malolactic fermentation.

Aging takes place in wooden barrels of various sizes, from 20 to 60 hl.

Tasting Notes:
Ruby red colour with orange reflections. Intense, ethereal and pleasant aroma with floral and fruity notes and hints of spice and toasted wood. Full, elegant and austere flavour with good body and soft and enveloping tannins.

From egg pasta, to classic meat ravioli, to red meat dishes, boiled and braised meat. It is the ideal companion for game and all aged hard cheese.

Duration of the wine:
10/15 years, store in the dark in a cool and dry place.

Storage temperature: 5°-15° C avoiding sudden changes in temperature.