A small, family-run estate in the heart of Italy’s prestigious Piedmont region. Two hectares of 30+ year old vines are managed with strict viticultural rules, particularly in terms of yield.
Minimal interference occurs in the vineyard; the use of chemical sprays is limited.
Planted on South-east facing slopes with clay and loam soils. The hillside where the vines are planted is divided by a fissure running from the top of the hill to the valley below. Two zones are created – the area to the right of the town Castiglione Falletto il castello and to the left of the main road leading to Castiglione “pernanno”. The annual temperatures, rainfall and climatic conditions determine the quantity of Barolo produced.