After the harvest, strictly by hand, in October, the nebbiolo grapes for Barolo D.O.C.G. they are pressed to separate the stalks from the berries and fermented with the skins. Fermentation takes place in steel or vitrified cement barrels for about 10 days at a temperature of 26-28 ° C. During this period, the skins and pips release color and tannins. After fermentation, the wine with still the skins is pressed to separate the solid part from the liquid part and put it to rest. It is then racked to remove the lees and after about 2 months it is placed in barrique to carry out the second fermentation (malolactic fermentation) and where it will take on the hint of barricade. After 6-8 months the wine is decanted into larger wooden barrels where it will remain for 2 years before being bottled and left to age for at least 3-4 more months.
Organoleptic Characteristics: The scent is broad and intense with a pleasant bouquet of dried roses, violet, spices, tobacco and tar. The Nebbiolo grape is persistent, complex but austere and well recognizable
Characterized by a beautiful intense ruby red color with garnet hues.
On the palate it is versatile, dry, austere, medium to full body, elegant and excellent with persistent tannins and a pleasant finish. Harmonious and soft with hints of blackberry and spices. Typical Nebbiolo grape flavor.
Grape: Nebbiolo 100%
Production Area: Langa
Harvest Period: October
Yield per hectare: 70 q.lli Ha grapes
Vinification: in barrique to carry out the second fermentation (malolactic fermentation)
Refinement: larger wooden barrels where it will remain for 2 years before being bottled and aged for at least 3-4 months.
Alcohol: 14% – 15%
Aging: 10 - 12 years
Serving Temperature: 18-20 ° C.