Top wine from Barolo's highest vineyard.
Terroir, production method and maturation: The grapes are hand-harvested from the south-facing vineyard of Bricco delle Viole, located at an altitude of 400-480 meters, which is the closest of the Barolo vineyards to the Alps. The vines were planted in 1949, with the oldest plots being Michet and Rosé clones. The grapes are selected three times, first in the vineyard, then in bunches on the farm, and finally, after removing the stems, as grapes. Fermentation in steel tanks and spontaneous malolactic fermentation. The wine matures for 30 months in 25- and 50-hectoliter Slavonian oak barrels.
Use: As a companion to a chicken fryer.
Description: The aromatic scent is layered: floral, earthy and lively. The full flavor is delicate, classic and long.