VINTAGE

2009

WEATHER CONDITIONS

A very snowy winter and a rainy early spring ensured an optimum soil water supply.
A summer with periods of hot/cool alternation, heat peaks in the second half of August and almost no rain, followed by a dry and pleasantly warm September favoured full ripening of grapes with malic acid contents below the average.

media
Rainfall 0
Temperature 0

Grape harvest date
FROM 30 SEPTEMBER TO 11 OCTOBER

174x175

The aromas are intense, broad and persistent with wilted rose scents; in the mouth, a very good structure is accompanied by a perfect balance, ensuring a wine with a long life.

Achille Boroli

GROWING SEASON

In April, several rainy days and mild temperatures favoured the appearance of slight symptoms of downy mildew, well checked by a dry and ventilated May and a very meticulous anagement of the foliage. The phenological development of vines was late in starting, though it immediately ecovered compared

to the average of the last years, with a significant advance of the harvesting date. A characteristic of the year was a very irregular ripening of grapes, caused more by the microclimate features rather than the variety ones. As for nebbiolo, we can certainly say that the vintage will be suitable for ageing.

YIELD

Wine growers able to well interpret the year with targeted interventions at appropriate times obtained a good yield with an excellent product.

WINE

No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.