This 22 hectare estate lies next to the town of Barolo and bottled its first wines in 1910. 16.5ha are currently planted to vines in either DOC or DOCG certified areas. Some of the vineyards can be traced back to 1885.
Showing unoaked Barbera, this wine had the classic cherry & red berry with a hint of roses. The palate was plush, soft and easy drinking. It was a hint simple, but incredibly drinkable and enjoyable.
Barbera – Approximately half of the red wine made in Piedmont is made from Barbera. Look for currants and blackberries, liquorice and oak characters.