This is a deep garnet red wine with orangey highlights.
Showing on the nose are the hints of wood and licorice that are typical of traditionally aged wines.
Appealingly dry on the palate, with nicely-balanced, silky tannins derived from the vintage.
Product Name: Barolo DOCG
Country/Region: Italy, Piedmont
Alcohol percentage: 14%
Ageing: 12 months in concrete tanks, 24 months in big oak casks of French wood
Number of bottles produced: 5,766
Method: according to tradition: fairly lengthy fermentations on the skins (submerged cap for 15-20 days), with frequent breaking up of the cap and pumping over of the must, followed by maturing in oak casks holding between 2,500 and 3,500 litres.
Temperature: controlled (27° – 28° C)
Lenght: 15-20 days
Malolactic: done in concrete
Ageing: traditional, 24 months in big oak casks
Age of barrels: 12-18 years
Wood type: French oak (Allier and Nevers)
Barrels type: big casks
Level of toast: not toasted
Percentage of New Barrel: 0 %
Aging time in wood: 24 months
Minimum ageing in bottle: 6 months
Empty Bottle Weight: 530 gr
Date of Bottling: 20/04/2017
Ageing Potential: 18-20 years
Cork Size: 26 x 44
Cork Material: natural cork
Bottle Type: albeisa
% of Grape / Cépage: Nebbiolo(Lampia) 100%
Agricultural method: EC regulation 2078
Date of Harvest: 16-18/10/2013
Type of Harvest: by hand, with a carefully selection of bunches
Number of bottles per box: 12 or 6
Box size (cm): 34x27x31 or 31x26x17,4