This vineyard is located in the municipality of La Morra in the geographical indication Boiolo and it has aged for 3 years in medium/large oak barrels.
The result is a Barolo with vigorous tannins which can be appreciated after a few years of bottle aging.
In general, it is an evolving wine, able to gain complexity over time.
DESIGNATION: Barolo "Boiolo" D.O.C.G.
GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Nebbiolo.
HARVEST PERIOD: mid-late October.
TRAINING SYSTEM: Traditional Guyot.
AGE OF THE VINEYARD: 20 years.
YIELD: 80 q/Ha.
PLANTING DENSITY: 4620 vines per Ha
VINIFICATION: on skins. Alcoholic fermentation lasts 10-12 days at a controlled temperature. After drawing off, the wine is placed in oak barrels, where the malolactic fermentation begins, and is left to age for 3 years. Some racking takes place during this time.
AGEING: In oak barrels for 3 years.
REFINEMENT: in bottles for at least 2-3 years. To be consumed within 10-15 years after bottling.
COLOUR: ruby red (indicator of a young barolo), tending towards garnet red with the passing of the years.
AROMAS: fruity and floral, like violet and young, spicy vanilla and goudron after a few years of ageing.
TASTE: full, excellent structure, acidity not too marked, contained in pleasant tannins. A wine that evolves over time.
PAIRING: elaborate dishes, game, aged cheeses, braised meats and roasted red meat.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18°C
STORAGE OF BOTTLES: horizontal position.
BOTTLE SIZE: 0.750 litre bottles.
BOTTLES PER BOX: boxes of 6 or 12 bottles.
WEIGHT PER PACKAGE: box of 6 bottles 8.7 kg; 12 bottles 17.3 kg.