From: Barolo, Piedmont, Italy
Farming Practices: No systemic plant protection products (products which act by systemic transport – through the sap of the plant) are used. Sulfur- and copper-based products are the most prevalent. No herbicides are used (the soil is tilled). When needed, only organic fertilizer (manure) is used. There is little use of fertilizers in order to keep the grape production per vine low. Very careful use of SO2 in the wines.
Tasting Notes: Extracted and dense, this Barolo offers typical aromas of tobacco, rose hips, violets, and balsamic sensations while packing dense fruit.
94 Points -Robert Parker
93 Points -James Suckling
91 Points -Wine Spectator
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