The winery's iconic Cru: Marenca

Vineyard

Municipality of Serralunga d’Alba

Variety

Nebbiolo 100%

Year of planting

1990

Surface area

2 hectares

Soil

Limestone-Clay

Altitude

350 metres above sea level

Exposure

South/South-West

Yield per hectare

5.000-5.500 kg

Bottles produced

9000 About

Sensory profile

Barolo Marenca has an intense garnet red colour. The nose is striking because of its freshness and the great complexity of the aromas, ranging from wild berries, vanilla and chocolate, to aromatic herbs. It is vigorous on the palate, rich in extracts, with energetic but pleasant tannins, softened by the wise use of wood for the aging process. It is a powerful and intriguing Barolo with a long life.

The winery's iconic Cru: Marenca

Vineyard

Municipality of Serralunga d’Alba

Variety

Nebbiolo 100%

Year

1990

Surface area

2 hectares

Soil

Limestone-Clay

Altitude

350 metres above sea level

Exposure

South/South-West

Yield per hectare

5.000-5.500 kg

Bottles produced

9000 About

Sensory profile

Barolo Marenca has an intense garnet red colour. The nose is striking because of its freshness and the great complexity of the aromas, ranging from wild berries, vanilla and chocolate, to aromatic herbs. It is vigorous on the palate, rich in extracts, with energetic but pleasant tannins, softened by the wise use of wood for the aging process. It is a powerful and intriguing Barolo with a long life.

In the cellar

We bear responsibility for a unique and high-value raw material

The vinification of Barolo Marenca takes place in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature for about 18/20 days. The ageing process lasts 24 months, with the first year in 500-litre French oak tonneaux and the second year in large 25 hl Slavonian oak casks.

The winery's iconic Cru: Marenca

Marenca, a two-hectare plot located in a prominent and particularly steep basin, which gives the wine great depth and structure. Barolo Marenca is concentrated, powerful and with a long life.

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