This Barolo is a reserve produced exclusively in the great vintages, with strictly selected Nebbiolo grapes coming from the best vineyards in the Bussia area of Monforte d'Alba in the heart of the Barolo area.
The Sito Moresco combines Nebbiolo, Cabernet and Merlot, resulting in a wine with many qualities
From Nebbiolo grapes, 24 months aging in French oak barrels and in the bottle for about 12 months.
Obtained with 95% Nebbiolo and Barbera 5%.Costa indicates the most exposed side of a hill while Russians was the nickname of the vineyard owner.
Obtained with 95% Nebbiolo, Barbera 5%.The term dialect Sorì indicates the portion of the hillside facing south, while Tildin going to Clotilde, grandmother of Angelo Gaja.
Obtained with 95% Nebbiolo and Barbera 5%The term Sorì indicates the portion of the hillside facing south, while Lorenzo is the patron saint of the Cathedral of Alba.
Original interpretation of the wine made from traditional local grapes in Piedmont, is appealing to the readiness of its quality characteristics.
A limestone ridge in full sun to 550 meters high and houses the vineyard Colombè. The resulting wine is a Dolcetto fruity and intense with a pleasant rusticity typical of the Mango area.
This wine bears the name of its origin, Alto FHRA means precisely Alto Monferrato. Its base is the Dolcetto, main vine of the area, refined by association with other varieties grown in the Monferrato, to reflect a drink at all obvious the pleasure of our lands.
It can produce a high level of Barbera in the Dolcetto chosen land? The answer is in the Piedmontese word "Podej": the farm where it is grown Barbera, and the power, in the sense of ability, to turn it into a big red.
Passionate bet on Dolcetto and its nobility aged in wooden casks for a year and aged in the bottle.
innovative wine, son of an innovative variety, born in 1938 from the intersection of Barbera and Nebbiolo, by dell'ampelografo Giovanni Dalmasso. Unborn, and yet already so Piemontese origin and character. It will be the symbol of a tradition that is able to look away.
historical wine of Piedmont, the grape most present in the area.