Barolo and the great Langa wines

Langhe Arneis

A white DOC wine which is ready in a few months, a juice of the grape with a good alcohol content, balanced, fruity, extremely pleasant. The apple aroma makes it an excellent accompaniment to antipasti, fish dishes and white meat. After the grapes have been pressed and the must separated from the peel it is left at a low temperature to produce a dry and aromatic wine.

Barbera d'Alba Superiore

The vineyards of Barbera d’Alba are located in the districts of Alba, Castiglione Falletto and La Morra. The alcohol content, acid and tannins are pleasantly balanced and the characteristics of longevity are all present. The red colour through to garnet red, the intensive fragrance, the dryness, pleasantly aromatised and complex. That's how it leaves the oak barrel after a year's maturing becoming a DOC wine. Good ageing potential.

 

Nebbiolo d'Alba

The name of this wine originates from the district where it is produced, Scaparoni in the district of Alba. After it has been pressed it remains in oak barrels for a year, which gives it its excellent texture and its dry, harmonious taste with highly balanced tannins. Its aromas convey a hint of brushwood; it is a preferred accompaniment to full-bodied pasta and game dishes.

Langhe Nebbiolo

Known as "Barolo's little brother". It is traditionally pressed from the same grape and ages for a maximum of 18 months in oak barrels. Then it matures in the bottle and completely acquires its own characteristics. It exhibits a lively red colour, intensive aromas and texture for medium-term storage. It goes very well with pasta and risotto as well as meat dishes, where it develops its intrinsic features.

Barolo Montanello

The grapes are harvested in the cru Montanello in Castiglione Falletto, with south-eastern exposure. The grape production of this vineyard restarted in 2010 with the Riserva, it’s a DOCG Barolo with a strong character: intense, persistent, full-bodied and elegant. It can be enjoyed as a young Barolo, but ageing makes it superb, enhancing its bouquet and taste. Strong secondary and tertiary aromas.

Barolo

This wine comes from the vineyards in Castiglione Falletto and has unique characteristics: a fine aroma, longevity and texture with significant alcohol content. The traditional mash fermentation with cap and the ageing in oak barrels permit the tannins to emerge and combine, subsequently persisting in the bottle. There is also the reserve, a selection made with great care which matures quietly for five years.

Barolo Roere di Santa Maria

The grapes come from a cru of La Morra, in the locality of Ciocchini, This Barolo exploits to the maximum extent the characteristics of the soil, producing a balanced wine with perfect alcohol content and a fine aromatic structure. The Barolo matures for three years in oak barrels to produce a lively and highly drinkable wine which performs convincingly in tastings.

Barolo Rocche di Castiglione

A wine not to be missed. It comes from a cru in Castiglione Falletto in the heart of the Barolo region. The grapes which grow in the vineyard located to the south east yield a wine with a fine, prominent bouquet and an excellent texture: an elegant and exquisite partner for the demanding palate. Its highly balanced character makes it a Barolo which is ready immediately after the traditional ageing period of three years in an oak barrels.