|Yield x hectare
||Never exceeds 5.0-6.0 tonnes, depending on the year.
||The grapes are usually selected, entirely by hand, in the first week of October. The freshly harvested grapes are crushed that same evening in the Estate’s cellar, and transferred into stainless steel tanks.
||The wine is subsequently transferred into French oak (Allier) barrels with a capacity of 25 HL, where it spends about 18 months ageing. After ageing for a further six months in the bottle, the wine is ready for release for sale.
||Price Olim Bauda Le Rocchette Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2016 € 13.79