Where the vineyards swing in the wind, a unique wine with the flavour of eternity is born.
Why do we love making wine?
Because in each bottle we try to express that feeling, that sense of wonder.
5000 square metres at a depth of 28 metres below the hillside: our wine
cellar combines technology and tradition in a spectacular underground
environment with exposed terracotta bricks and surfacing chalk crystals.
According to our philosophy, we favour long macerations for red wines,
since capable of noble and delicate extractions, as well as the ageing in
large casks and French oak barriques.
White wines are obtained through a cryomaceration process that
enhances the extraction of aromas, avoids micro-fermentation, unwanted
oxidation, and intensifies the fruity and fresh scents of the grapes.
METODO CLASSICO ZERO DOSAGE
After re-fermentation in the bottle and stay on the lees, Extra Brut Cuvée
Zero and Extra Brut Cuvée Zero Rosé are not subjected to any dosage.
The bottles are disgorged to remove yeast residue and then refilled with
the same Metodo Classico.
The absence of liqueur d'expedition, known as zero dosage or pas dosé, is a
conscious choice to enhance the expressive purity of Nebbiolo in the very
special role of Metodo Classico
Wines for every occasion, flavours to last
Metodo Classico Extra Brut
Soil: Clayey-calcareous Harvest: Mid-end of August Ageing: 36 months in bottle on its own yeasts at 12° - 13°C Colour: Pale straw yellow with greenish reflections. ...
The name indicates one of the athletic gestures of the “Balon”, the most traditional sport around these slopes. The Arcass, the “ricaccio”, expresses the indomitable peasant pride, capable of striking back, blow after blow, at every diff...
Wonderful vineyard in Castellinaldo facing south/south-east, it lies on
clayey soils, with one of the highest calcareous traces in the Roero.
This vineyard produces a generous and powerful, soft Barbera, with intense
colours and distinct fruity aromas.
Altitude 320/350 metres
Historical cru in the municipality of Barbaresco, facing the south-east.
Part of a small natural amphitheatre, it enjoys a special microclimate,
thanks to the fresh air currents from the Tanaro valley.
It is a morning sorì, a sunny place in the morning, from which come wines
with fresh fruit aromas, decidedly round and harmonious.
Altitude 250/280 metres.
The mention refers to the village of the same name in the municipality of
Monforte and to vineyards increasingly important for the quality of the
wines produced. The white, tuffaceous soil has always been home to
Nebbiolo, which produces exceptional grapes here. The Barolo produced
here is characterised by a very personal style, capable of reconciling power
and balance: the tannic texture, of rare density and breath, evolves over
time with great austerity and an abundance of aromas.
Altitude 450/480 metres.
RAVERA DI MONFORTE
RAVERA DI MONFORTE
The area takes its name from the Ravera family, originally from this area in
the municipality of Monforte d'Alba. It represents one of the most
interesting ridges in terms of landscape, with amazing observation points.
As the southernmost in the Barolo zone, this ridge faces the highest hills of
Roddino, foreshadowing the Alta Langa and its influence on the winds.
The hillside vineyard is characterised by a steep slope, with an inlet that
offers a protected microclimate particularly suited to the vines. The wines
obtained are expressive, mineral and elegant.
Altitude 400/420 metres.
Soils rich in sand and extreme slopes. The best Nebbiolo grapes of the
denomination have always been grown here. The soil is typical of the
central zone of the Roero production area, of Pliocene origin, characterised
by loam, limestone and clay.
The wine produced here is structured, complex, austere, but always
elegant and fine.
Altitude 260/300 metres
When referring to the eastern side of Monforte, the first name that comes
to mind is Ginestra, a tongue of land as majestic as elegant, whose wines
have shaped Barolo history.
It can be considered a historical cru of the appellation, since already
mentioned in the late 19th century by Fantini as an area of Monforte
capable of producing a Barolo wine of “superior excellence”.
Altitude 340/370 metres.
The first reports of Arneis grapes in the Roero date back to 1478, and refer
to this Cru, in the municipality of Canale. The sandy soil, the southern
exposure at the top of the ridge, and the cool breeze blowing through the
valley between the Canale concentric area and the charming hamlet of
Madonna di Loreto, give this vineyard an undeniable charm and the
possibility of producing fruity, elegant and enduring wines.
Altitude 270/300 metres