The area of origin of the grapes used to produced the wines with a designation of origin granted “Barolo“, whose first delimitation was on the 31st August 1933, embraces the territories of the towns of Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d’Alba and partly the territories of La Morra and Monforte d’Alba.
The “king of the wines” does not stand for compromises. The long aging, in barrel first and then in bottle, is the way to reach the excellence: the development of those tertiary scent, so polished and strong-smelling, which carachterize the Barolo’s ripeness.
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Great polifenolic charge has always imposed a very long aging in big barrels in order to develop his whole potential, but nowadays is known the break up of the modernists, who started producing the Barolo’s wine reducing the maceration time and introducing the “in barrique” aging. A high number of producers rightly complained about the difficulty of a painstaking process, in a distant and often undefined future, to such complex produce wines, however during the process there is the risk to give up something. You just need to experiment, uncorck, uncorck and tell us which your favourite bottles are.