||Altitude: 330 m. a.s.l. The age of the vineyard, the splendid exposure due south and the ridge protected from the wind give us grapes of absolute excellence.
||Marl, limestone and sand.
||Manual, in the second half of October.
||Traditional Barolo, 15-20 days of fermentation and maceration at 31-33 °C.
||Aged in oak barrels for about 30 months and left to mature in bottles placed in special, dark, cool cellars for at least a year.
||The elegant companion for important rice and pasta dishes, such as risotto cooked in Barolo, and rich and tasty main courses, such as roast meats.