The Cavallotto family claims sole ownership of the beautiful Bricco Boschis cru in the Castiglione Falletto district where they have been growing Nebbiolo since 1929 and bottling their own wine since 1948. Steadfast devotion to tradition combined with a high regard and respect for modern viticultural and winemaking techniques result in complex and elegant Baroli that are released for sale only when they have acquired perfect maturity.
The low Alban hill chain to which the Barolo zone belongs, is characterised by a coldtemperate micro-climate. Even so, the summers are hot and dry and Winters are cold with generous snow precipitation.
Calcareous clay with sand in layers of great complexity. Exposition East. Altitude from 230m to 310m.
Guyot pruning with head fruit of 5 buds. Spontaneous total planting grass between the rows. Interventions with herbal teas and powdered sulphur. No treatments with insecticides, pesticides or other chemical products.
• Manual harvest
• 100% destemmed
• Stainless vat
• Maceration for 3-4 days
• Indigenous yeast
• Controlled ferment at a maximum of 29°C.
• Aged for 6 months in Slavonian oak casks and a further 6 months in cement tanks.
• Malolactic fermentation in cement tank
• No filtration
Medium-structured yet soft with typical aromas such as cherries and other fruits with a complex, floral bouquet. Although it is made to be drunk young, it still has aging potential for up to 5 years.
Cured ham, salami, pasta and pizza and seasoned cheeses.