Barolo DOCG

Tasting Notes

Colour: Intense garnet red color

Scent in perfume: Intense bouquet with hints of ripe red fruit.

Flavour: Round, structured flavor with good persistence and smooth tannins. Final taste has a light balsamic note.

Basic Information

Product name: Barolo DOCG
Cépage: Nebbiolo
Appellation: Barolo
Classification: DOCG
Color: red
Type: still
Country/Region: Italia – Piemonte
Number of bottles produced: 9-10.000

Vinification (Wine-making)

Method: vinification in red, alcoholic fermentation and maceration in steel tanks at controlled temperatures with frequent pumping over and pressing down for 12-15 days, during which 2-3 daily pump-overs are carried out.

After racking, the wine is decanted a couple of times to eliminate the residue precipitated during the transferring process.

Then malolactic fermentation is carried out in wood (20% new) along with battonage (stirring) on the lees, followed by 24 months aging.

After bottling, carried out in August of the third year, the wine ages in the bottles for at least 12 months.

Temperature: max 28° C in thermo-conditioned tanks
Lenght: 12-15 days
Malolactic: yes, in wood
Aging: wood
Age of barrels: 20% new- 40% of a passage – 40% of 2° passage
Barrels type: 75% barrique – 25% tonneau
Wood type: French oak Allier
Level of toast: medium
Percentage of new barrel: 20%
Aging time in wood: 24 months
Minimum aging in bottle: 6 months


% of Grape/Cépage: 100% nebbiolo
Soil: clay – limestone
Exposure: East, South-East
Agricultural method: guyot
Year of plantation: 1955 and 2008
Date of harvest: first half of October
Type of harvest: hand harvest


Cork size: 24×49 mm
Cork material: cork
Bottle type: Bordolese


Number of bottles per box: 6-12