Barolo docg Cerequio

Cerequio is an amphitheater of vines on the Langhe terrace, in the municipality of La Morra.

Its soil made of sand (20%), loam (50%), and clay (30%) produces tannic, solid-bodied, and powerful wines. The vineyard is located at a height of about 320 m (1050 ft.) a.s.l. and has an eastward sun exposure. The olfactory bouquet of this cru is rich and complex: the dominating scents are cherry, violet, and balsamic notes, as well as refined hints of vanilla, liquorish, dried rose, and tar.

Grape varietalNebbiolo 100%
Production areamunicipality of La Morra – single vineyard Cerequio
Age of vinesover 20 years
Vineyard exposureSouth, South-East
Soil typecalcareous with 20% sand, 50% limestone, 30% clay
Alcohol content14.5% by volume
Colourgarnet red with orange reflections in the ageing
Bouquetnotes of violet, cherry and balsamic nuances of vanilla and liquorice
Tasteintense, elegant and persistent, with notes of red fruit and, with ageing, tobacco and leather
Vinificationfermentation at controlled temperature for 20 days
Suggested serving temperature16°/17°C