Barolo Ravera Docg 2015 is made from Nebbiolo grapes of the old Michet clone matured in the area called Ravera, on 6,000 square meters of land with plants of almost fifty years; in the vineyard the agronomic conduction is impeccable without the use of any chemical substance, no official certification but agriculture can be considered biological to all effects. The grapes are harvested at the beginning of October, particular attention is paid to the productive balance of the plant and the right ripening of the grapes. The pressed grapes ferment without inoculation of yeasts and without sulfur for about a month, after which the wine is aged for twenty-four months in barrels of 400 liters and subsequently in the approximately 2,000 bottles produced.
Wine capable of evolving 10 years or more.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° -18 ° C combined with escalopes with porcini mushrooms.
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The term Nebbiolo seems to derive from "fog", it is not clear whether to define the appearance of the grape, dark, but tarnished (clouded) by abundant bloom, or if due to the very late ripening of the grapes, which often leads to harvest in period of autumn mists.