Barolo DOCG



Vintage desctiption

Barolo Gianni Gagliardo is the result of the blend of eight parcels located in five municipalities.

In principle, each vineyard is vinified separately, to then be blended with the others at the end of the vinification. Only occasionally, that is when the perfect maturation of several parcels occurs at the same time, can one opt for an assembly of grapes. It is therefore a traditional approach. An orchestra where each vineyard expresses part of its character to create an elegant, complex work but, in this case, of particular readiness.

Historically the La Morra grapes have always been prevalent in this blend, but never alone. The various municipalities complement each other, revealing the specific identities of this Great Territory.

Grapes: Nebbiolo
Harvest: first week of October 2018
Villages: La Morra, Monforte, Serralunga, Barolo, Verduno
Maceration: 10-14 days depending on vineyards
FML: 100%
Final blend: June 2021
Aging: 35hl big cask
Aging duration: 24 month
Bottling: first week of July 2021


 Alcohol: 14,50 %Total acidity: 5,74 g/L – Dry extract: 30,2 g/L

Winemaker notes

Hallmarks of Barolo classico are the effusive aroma of cherries and plum skin, lively refined tannins. Subtle cranberries, rose and violet petals. Scrubs of salty and meaty flavors and with support from liquorice dust and rhubarb. Harness introduction to Barolo with sociable character. In 2018 we’ve produced 26.450 bottles.