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Variety: Nebbiolo

Altitude: About 320/360 m.a.s.l..

Exposure: South – South West

Average age of vineyards: 90 years

Soil structure: Limestone, marl, percentage of sand and iron

Harvest period: Middle of October


The grapes are hand harvested and transported in small baskets to the winery. Once the grapes arrive they are then de-stemmed and lightly crushed to undergo alcoholic fermentation in vertical steel tanks. The maceration will take place for about 50 -60 days with several pumpovers happening daily, to aid in the extraction of color and tannin. After racking and malo-lactic fermentation, the wine is then placed into botti grande (large casks) of 2,000 liter for a period of 24 to 36 months. After this aging the wines will then be ready to be bottled. Coming from a very old vineyard, that is still in excellent health and vigor, we are able to obtain a very elegant wine that has immense amounts of power which unites the structure of this highly dedicated area with the extreme fitness of the Nebbiolo grape. 

Tasting notes

Color: Intense garnet red with light orange reflections.

Nose: Small red berries with hints of sweet spice and licorice. Palate: Smooth and velvety with great elegance, on the finish a sweetness to the tannins that lingers.

Pairings: Excellent with meats (steak) and aged cheeses, as well as being very appealing for conversations after the meal has finished.

with Sergio Germano   

Barolo DOCG Riserva Lazzarito



M.G.A.: Lazzarito

Surface: About 0.8 hectares

Soil type:  Limestone, marl, percentage of sand and iron

Year planted: 1931 

Vines per hectare: 6.000

Altitude: 320 - 360 m.a.s.l.  

Exposure: South – South West  

Harvest period: October

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