Barolo 2019

Barolo 2019 embodies the elegance and refinement of the Nebbiolo grape. With its vibrant ruby color, this wine presents itself with a bouquet of delicate aromas, including wild strawberries, rose petals, cinnamon, and cedarwood. On the palate, it distinguishes itself with a smooth structure and silky tannins, featuring flavors that evoke red fruits, vanilla, and a subtle hint of earth. Barolo 2019 is an exemplar of varietal purity and unmistakable style.

Denomination

Barolo Docg

Vegetative cycle

For 2019 Barolo, following a long winter, plant growth resumed without any issues. The variable weather with moderate average temperatures continued throughout May 2019, confirming a delay of about two weeks compared to the vegetative cycle of recent years, but in accordance with a more customary pattern.

Climatic trend

Unlike last year, which was particularly early, 2019 Barolo will be remembered for having followed a more traditional path.
The beginning of the agricultural season was slow due to the protracted winter until February, causing a delay in spring with rains and low temperatures that lasted until mid-March. The unstable climate, characterized by moderate average temperatures, continued throughout the month of May.
The hottest part of the summer was recorded between the last week of June and the first week of July, followed by days with milder temperatures alternating with piogre. At the end of July, there was the second heat wave of the summer, which ended with thunderstorms, although intense but not harmful to the vines. The rest of the summer season was characterized by a mild climate with sporadic and regular piogre, which required constant attention from winegrowers for the management of the vineyard.

The harvest of Nebbiolo grapes was carried out in the second half of October, and its analytical parameters were “classic”, with a good sugar content and an excellent polyphenolic profile, suggesting the potential for structured wines with remarkable aging abilities.

2019

Barolo 2019

2019

Denomination

Barolo Docg

Vegetative cycle

For 2019 Barolo, following a long winter, plant growth resumed without any issues. The variable weather with moderate average temperatures continued throughout May 2019, confirming a delay of about two weeks compared to the vegetative cycle of recent years, but in accordance with a more customary pattern.

Climatic trend

Unlike last year, which was particularly early, 2019 Barolo will be remembered for having followed a more traditional path.
The beginning of the agricultural season was slow due to the protracted winter until February, causing a delay in spring with rains and low temperatures that lasted until mid-March. The unstable climate, characterized by moderate average temperatures, continued throughout the month of May.
The hottest part of the summer was recorded between the last week of June and the first week of July, followed by days with milder temperatures alternating with piogre. At the end of July, there was the second heat wave of the summer, which ended with thunderstorms, although intense but not harmful to the vines. The rest of the summer season was characterized by a mild climate with sporadic and regular piogre, which required constant attention from winegrowers for the management of the vineyard.

The harvest of Nebbiolo grapes was carried out in the second half of October, and its analytical parameters were “classic”, with a good sugar content and an excellent polyphenolic profile, suggesting the potential for structured wines with remarkable aging abilities.

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from 10 to 14 October
SPECIFIC
VINTAGE DATE
Outstanding
ANNUAL QUALITY
PRODUCED WITH PASSION:

20050 pz

100 pz

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he harvested grapes are of extraordinary quality, and my expectations for the wines’ balance are very high.
ACHILLE BOROLI

Prize

2019

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