It comes from Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Lazzarito vineyard of Serralunga d'Alba, with 4,500 plants per hectare of 38 years of age. Lazzarito is a fabulous valley with south-west exposure and limestone-clay soil, the Vietti Company has an area of 1.7 hectares with average production of about 20 hl per hectare. In the cellar the wine stays 27 days in a steel tank in contact with the skins, 3 of which are pre-fermentative and 18 fermentation and post-fermentation maceration at a temperature between 30/32 ° C; daily air replacements follow with the application of an ancient system called "submerged cap". Malolactic fermentation is carried out in barriques, then the wine is aged 32 months in wood, 8 of which are spent in barriques and 24 in large oak barrels. Bottled without filtration in July 2013.
Intense garnet red color. Extremely round with a robust and velvety structure; intense aroma with notes of figs and plums. Elegant and with soft and sweet tannins. Long finish.
Wine with excellent evolutionary prospects.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° C combined with golden veal sweetbreads.
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The Nebbiolo clones used are: Lampia 50%, Rosé 20%, Michet 30%