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Barolo Riserva

Wine: Barolo d.o.c.g.
Municipality of production: Castiglione Falletto
Grape: Nebbiolo for Barolo
Alcohol content: 14,5%
Soil type: clay with high silt percentage
Exposure: south-east
Farming system: Low-Gujot
Average age of the vines: 60 years
Planting density: 4000-4500 vines per hectare, “old vines”
Time of harvest: second decade of October
Maximum yield: The maximum production is 80 per quintal, which can be reduced depending on
the year and the seasonal outcome
Production containers: stainless steel tanks
Aging containers: 225 litres french oak barrels; the percentage of new and used containers is decided following the health and analytical evaluation of the wine when fermentation is completed.
The duration of the stay inside the barriques is equally decided in relation to the structure that the
wine shows with the aging
Clarification and filtration: none
Bottling period: summer of the second year or spring of the third year after the harvest
Number of bottles produced: 3.000
Packaging: 6 bottles cartons
Notes: wine produced exclusively in vintages characterized by particular seasonal courses that they give it distinctive characteristics. This wine includes particular selections of grapes vinified separately, which are projected to have longer aging, with guarantee of particular longevity.

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