The Dolcetto as tradition dictates. Born in 1996, it is the younger brother of the more well-known Barturot. Its 20 years old vineyards produce 70 quintals of grape per hectare, under the sun of Montelupo at a height of 400 meters. The wine spends 10 days in temperature-controlled tanks with 10 months in stainless steel and then 2 months in bottle. Unfiltered.
Grape varieties :Dolcetto
Altitude :400m ASL
Vineyard age :20-year-old vineyards
Grape yield :70 quintals of grape per hectare
Exposure :South, Southwest
Soil :Silty marl and reddish-yellowish coloured sandstones, sandy-loam and whitish coloured calcareous.
Tasting notes :Rich ruby red color. The nose plays on notes of fresh fruit and finishes with a pleasant note of blackberry. Smooth, agile, fresh, and balanced in the mouth.