2008, Barolo Riserva Magnum

2008, Barolo Riserva Magnum
2008, Barolo Riserva Magnum

2008, Barolo Riserva Magnum

Grape

Nebbiolo

Type

Red wine

Country

Italy

Region

Piedmont

Fermentation on wild yeast takes up to 30 days

The wine is neither filtered nor fined; a thin sediment is possible and decanting is recommended.
Regular price 850,00 kr
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Maturation

24 months in Slavonian oak barrels and 24 months in the bottle

Total SO2

<40 mg./L

Appellation

Barolo

Vine age

-

Production

Hand harvest

Bottle size
0,75 L
Sorelle de Nicola

Italy · Piedmont · Alba

The winery was founded in 1964 by Maria Feyles and Antonio de Nicola, her son-in-law. They first invested in the purchase of the Montesommo vineyard, a parcel of land in the village of Neive, in the heart of Barbaresco production area.

Other parcels have been progressively acquired in the Langhe hills, and the company now owns more than 7ha of vineyards. They are planted mostly with Nebbiolo grapes, along with Barbera and Dolcetto grapes. Overall, the annual production amounts to roughly 50 000 bottles per year.

The company has consistently shown its dedication to tradition, in the vineyards as well as in the winery. The goal has always been to produce distinctive wines, true expression of the grapes and of the local terroir. To achieve this objective:

  • In the vineyards, the rows of vines are tall and well-spaced so that the grapes maximize their sunlight exposure;

  • In the winery, the maceration lasts long, resulting in higher extraction; ageing is carried out in Slavonian oak barrels of medium capacity, without using any Barriques; the number of operations is kept to a minimum, not to interfere with the natural development of the wine.