Barolo DOCG Cannubi
Vine: Nebbiolo, under variety Lampia and Michet
Grapes provenance: Cannubi Boschis in the village of Barolo
Soil: composed mainly of large clayey limestone marls and sands
Vineyards: South-est facing with Guyot pruning (6-8buds / vine)
N° Vines / hectare: 5000
Yield / hectare: 50-55 q / Ha
Plant year: 1970
Average height: 250-260 mt
Soft pressing of grapes, maceration with grape skins for around 10 days at a maximum temperature of 29-31°C.
After drawing off and the first rackings, the wine is decanted in to Tonneau (500 and 300 Litre) in which matures for 18 months. After the clarification, the wine is bottled without filtration and stays in the bottles for one year before packaging and consignment.
Organoleptic Characteristics, Preservation
With a ruby-red colour, the Barolo has a rich bouquet which gradually recalls the scents of roses flows, truffles and wood spice. The palate is at first elegant and refined, then is begins to gain in complexity with air. The long flavours predict a prominent future ahead. Serving recommended in large glasses at a temperature of 17-18°C.