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Barolo Bussia 2018

Barolo Grand Cru is one of the most important of the Langhe area. A traditional Barolo aged 4 years, 2 in big Slavonian oak barrels and 2 in steel tanks helping to maintain delicacy and elegance. This Cru is famous for being one with the biggest longevity in the bottle. Red brick color and mature tannins providing roundness and persistency. Tre Pile vineyards are located next to Poderi Aldo Conterno vineyards.
  • Brand:Tre Pile
  • Region:Piemonte
  • Sub-Region:Bussia
  • Varietal:Nebbiolo
  • Color:Red
  • Alcohol:14.00%
  • Size:750ml

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  • Country:Italy
  • How much so2 added:70 mg/l
  • Climate:The climate is continental, with an extended summer and autumn enabling the fickle Nebbiolo to achieve perfect ripeness.
  • Harvest Technique:They use farming methods respectful of the ecosystem, like guided grassing of the inter-rows, and they harvest by hand.
  • Soil:Clayley frank-marly
  • Vineyard Size:2 hectares
  • Vine Age (year planted):1990
  • Fermentation:Grapes are destemmed and pressed, then the must macerates in steel tanks for about 15-20 days at 28-29 °C. After malolactic fermentation, the wine ages in oak barrels of different capacities for a minimum of 18 months. Before bottling it is left to rest again in steel tanks.
  • Elevage:2 years in big Slavonian oak barrells, 1 year in steel tanks and 1 year in the bottle
  • Winemaker Name:Carlo Ghisolfi
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  • Total Production:200 cases
  • Sustainable Practice:Yes

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