the grapes are fermented in vertical hatched steel tanks; fermentation times vary from 16 to 24 days, depending on the climatic trend of the year. The wine is then moved into tanks at a controlled temperature for malo-lactic fermentation, which is carried out keeping stable at 20 ° C for the entire duration of the process. Aging takes place in un-roasted vats for a period of 46 months, followed by a further 3 months in steel before bottling. The wine remains in the bottle for about 12 months before being marketed. Produced exclusively in vintages suitable for long aging, the wine has typical hints of undergrowth, wild rose.

  • Type : red wine
  • Grape varieties : 100% Nebbiolo
  • Denomination : Barolo DOCG Riserva
  • Production area : Barolo, San Pietro vineyard

  • Alcohol content : 14% vol
  • Total acidity : 6 g / l
  • Dry extract : 27 mg / l
  • First year of wine production : 1989

Thinning in the vineyard and selection during grape harvesting. Collection in 20Kg cases. After destemming and crushing, maceration and alcoholic fermentation takes place on the skins in vertical hat-shaped winemakers. The malolactic fermentation at controlled temperature follows 20 ° C.

Up to 46 months in oak conical vats with a capacity of 50 hl. A further refinement of a couple of months in steel before bottling and 12 months in the bottle before being put on sale with the mention RISERVA. The Bricco version of the Viole includes only Nebbiolo grapes from the San Pietro in Barolo vineyard.

  • Color : garnet red
  • Perfumes : spices, mineral aromas, game, ripe fruit, hints of officinal herbs
  • Matches : game, cheeses, cured meats, dark chocolate and orange peel
  • Service temperature : 18 ° C
  • Ability to evolve : 30+ years