Oberto Barolo Brunate 2012

Oberto Barolo Brunate 2012

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0,75 l  -  14.50% by vol.
Andrea Oberto
Langhe, from the Latin of the tongue (language), according to the most credible hypothesis of historians. And as strips of land neatly intertwined appear the rolling hills above the village of La Morra, one of the most suited to the production of Barolo, a few kilometers from Alba (Cuneo), in the heart of Piedmont. With its 513 meters above sea level, La Morra has the charm medieval origin and a wine heritage of enormous, it diversified from side to side and resulting in a great variety of sensory wines of the same type. Among the ripples of these hills, in the direction of Verduno, it founded the Azienda Agricola Andrea Oberto, who from a small family-run today came to manage an extension to 16 hectares of land planted with vines and a new winery, completed in 2003, with a range of 10 wines. Production nourished in which stand the true flagships of the company, which make about the undisputed king of these vineyards: we speak of Brunate Barolo, Barolo Rocche and Barolo Albarella three cru fruit of the best vineyards of the production of Barolo, which includes 11 municipalities of the Langhe.
Tasting notes full garnet in colour with delicate orange highlights.
Wide, clean but complex aroma with scents of dried flowers and red berries.
Well-integrated oak with toasty notes of coffee and leather linger in a perfect balance between elegant body and concentration.
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Serving temperature:
18 - 20°C.
Decanting time:
1 hours
Over 25 years
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Name Oberto Barolo Brunate 2012
Wine type Red still
Year 2012
Format 0,75 l Standard
Region Piedmont
Grapes 100% Nebbiolo
Location Origin area: the cru Brunate in La Morra. Exposure: south-east Soil: sandy. Vineyard’s size: 0,6 Ha
System Training system: classic Guyot method with medium-short trimming
Plants n. x hectare 4.000
Yield x hectare Per-stock yield: 1 kg grapes (with 25-30% pruning)
Vinification Winemaking manual harvesting of the overripe grapes in 20-kg perforated crates through a careful selection of the bunches. Transfer in cellar within hours and light drying of the bunches for 24 hours. Grape crushing and destemming, and 10% must bleeding. Themo-controlled fermentation at around 34 °C, with often and soft pumpovers. Long maceration of the marcs (about 350 hours); racking in wood casks, where the natural malolactic fermentation takes place.
Aging Ageing 26 months in wood (part in barrels, part in all new barriques); 2 months in stainless steel vats and and 6 months in bottle.
Alcohol 14.50% by volume
Production year 13,500 bottles

Andrea Oberto

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The story of Andrea Oberto might seem banal or sound like the classic yarn, told yet again, but I can assure you that every time I find myself telling people how my father came to be a winemaker, the expression on their faces is one of pure amazement...


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