VINTAGE

2004

WEATHER CONDITIONS

After a winter with heavy snowfalls and low temperatures, the spring was characterized by abundant rainfalls until early May. This allowed to recover the soil water supply.
The following months were characterized by summer but not excessive temperatures, with no rainfalls; starting from September, the anticyclone gave sunny and dry days and temperatures slightly above the season average.

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Grape harvest date
FROM 6 TO 15 OCTOBER

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Our barolo wines are full, robust and with a particularly intense and marked bouquet, with a pleasant liquorice note; both the structure and elegance are evident on the palate.

Achille Boroli

GROWING SEASON

Due to the rainfalls, the starting stage of budding was delayed; later, the lack of rainfalls and the dry climate favoured the development of bunches.

Finally, the continuation of the anticyclone until October allowed perfect ripening of grapes, especially for late-ripening varieties, such as Nebbiolo for Barolo.

YIELD

The year was absolutely “normal” as the yield of grapes.

WINE

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