This Barolo is made from Nebbiolo grapes grown in the Cannubi vineyard in Barolo, consisting of 36.9% sand, 39.5% silt, and 23.6% clay; the exposure of the vines is south-east and the altitude is 250 meters above sea level. In the vineyard, the counter-espalier is used as a training system, the plant density is 3,700 plants / ha with 1m x 2,7 m sixths.
The vinification and aging system is traditional, with long macerations and the use of large barrels. The company adopts the agriculture typology in a certified organic regime
Classic garnet, of beautiful transparency. Spicy and variegated nose with notes of mint, licorice, red fruit and leather. In the mouth it is tense and aristocratic, acidity is well present and outlines an agile and well straight physiognomy. It receives great strength from the tannin, the extract is of excellent quality and the alcohol smoothes the youthful bumps giving us a satisfying and long sip.
Wine capable of evolving and growing for many years.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° -18 ° C combined with a leg of kid.
CANNUBI vineyards - MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOIL
Formed in the Tertiary Era (10 million years ago), it is certainly one of the most particular sub-areas of the municipality of Barolo. It is in fact in Cannubi that two of the three geological formations that make up the Barolo Zone merge. THE MARNE DI SANT'AGATA FOSSILI (TOV) are present in the majority of the municipalities of Barolo and La Morra of the Tortonian Age and of bluish-gray color (clays with a strong limestone component) and LE ARENARIE DI DIANO characterize the municipalities of Castiglione Falletto, Monforte and Barolo. They consist of more or less compact sands alternating with gray sandstones. The period of their formation and the Helvetian.