Blended from six different vineyards: Bussia in Monforte, Annunziata in La Morra, Ravera in Novello, La Volta in Barolo, Scarrone in Castiglione Falletto, and Gianetto in Serralunga. The wine has a flawless ruby red colour and a fragrance with a variety of liquorice and toasted notes. The palate is dry, generous, and warm, with impressive body and texture with a long-lingering finish.
Vineyard: The grapes come from vineyards in the municipality of Barolo, at altitudes between 280 and 380 metres above sea level. The soils are of marine sedimentary origin, dating back to the “Piedmont Tertiary Basin”, and are characterised by the presence of sedimentary calcareous-clay marl, alternating layers of marl and sand or sandstone, with a prevalence of Sant’Agata Marl.
Pairs well with: Exquisite with wild game and most meat dishes, particularly with roast marinated in Barolo, beef stews, rabbit with peppers, and the traditional Piedmont bollito misto, mixed boiled meats.