Barolo DOCG


Considered the King of wines, it holds an intense garnet color with a spicy and fruity scent ; on both scent and pallet you take in notes of small red fruits. Holding a complex body of sensations from rose and withered violet in its floral notes to cinnamon, black pepper, nutmeg ,vanilla and liquorice in its more spicy tones to even more unique hints of cocoa, tobacco and leather. Barolo must age at least tree years, one and a half of which is aged in oak wooden barrels. Enjoyable after 4-6 years reaching it’s peak after year 10, it can hold its astounding flavour for more than 20 years.
Pairings: red meat both roasted and braised as well as game, and truffled dishes. Best with aged cheeses. We advise to let the wine breathe at least two hours before serving it.

Vineyard: Nebbiolo 100%
Yield: 60q/ha
Yield of wine: 70%
Natural alcohol in wine 11% vol (12% vol “superiore”)

Color: intense ruby red
Scent: a pure classic taste with flavours of ripe red fruits, both elegant and rich. A pleasant aroma of spices mixed with hints of violet and plums, intense tar typical of the “Cru” Brunate
Savour: dry and well structured while remaining balanced. Generously bodied with a velvet smooth finish
Alcohol percentage in wine:14,5 % vol for the mention “superiore” 12,5%
Minimal local acidity: 5 g/l
Minimum net of dry extract: 23 g/l
Winemaking:  from the historical Brunate’s vineyard, on the south side near to Barolo, the soil here has a high calcium content and is very clay-like. Cold maceration and 48 hours of pre-fermentation is necessary after of which 21 days in steel tanks in a temperature between 30/32° C with replacement. Malolactic in big wooden barrels.
Enrichment special provisions: N/A
Mandatory ageing: 24 months in large Slavonian oak wooden barrels, bottled without filtration
Additional places names: districts, areas, places
Suggested year of the label: needed
Interested district: Cuneo
Note: bottled wine must be in bordeaux shaped bottles, burgundy or similar
0,750 lt
1,5 lt
3.0 lt