Barolo Cerequio 2009

Barolo Cerequio 2009 is much more than just a wine; it’s an emotional experience. This extraordinary product is born among the vineyards of Cerequio, a prestigious cru in the Langhe region. The intense ruby color is just the beginning of an extraordinary sensory journey. In the mouth, the wine offers a symphony of silky tannins and richness of flavors, including red fruit, leather, and spices.

Denomination

Barolo Docg Cerequio

Vegetative cycle

During April, we saw several rainy days, which, combined with mild temperatures, favored the appearance of mild symptoms of downy mildew. However, these issues were controlled thanks to a dry and windy May, as well as careful anagement of the foliage.
The phenological development of vines started slightly late but quickly recovered from the averages of recent years, leading to an earlier harvest date.
A hallmark of this vintage was a very irregular ripening of the grapes, influenced mainly by specific microclimatic conditions rather than by the varieties themselves.
In the case of the 2009 Barolo Cerequio, it is certainly possible to say that this was an ideal vintage for aging.

Climatic trend

The winter characterized by heavy snowfall and an initially wet spring in 2009 ensured a valuable accumulation of water reserves in the soil for our 2009 Barolo Cerequio.
During summer, we experienced alternating hot and cool periods, with peaks of heat in the second half of August and virtually no rain. This was followed by a September characterized by dry and pleasantly warm weather, which favored full ripening of the grapes and levels of malic acid lower than average.

2009

Barolo Cerequio 2009

2009

Denomination

Barolo Docg Cerequio

Vegetative cycle

During April, we saw several rainy days, which, combined with mild temperatures, favored the appearance of mild symptoms of downy mildew. However, these issues were controlled thanks to a dry and windy May, as well as careful anagement of the foliage.
The phenological development of vines started slightly late but quickly recovered from the averages of recent years, leading to an earlier harvest date.
A hallmark of this vintage was a very irregular ripening of the grapes, influenced mainly by specific microclimatic conditions rather than by the varieties themselves.
In the case of the 2009 Barolo Cerequio, it is certainly possible to say that this was an ideal vintage for aging.

Climatic trend

The winter characterized by heavy snowfall and an initially wet spring in 2009 ensured a valuable accumulation of water reserves in the soil for our 2009 Barolo Cerequio.
During summer, we experienced alternating hot and cool periods, with peaks of heat in the second half of August and virtually no rain. This was followed by a September characterized by dry and pleasantly warm weather, which favored full ripening of the grapes and levels of malic acid lower than average.

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Precipitation
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Temperature
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from 30 September to 11 October
SPECIFIC
VINTAGE DATE
Very good
ANNUAL QUALITY
PRODUCED WITH PASSION:

4276 pz

100 pz

25 pz

5 pz

The aromas are revealed to be intense, broad and persistent, with nuances of wilted rose; on the palate, an exceptional structure is harmoniously combined with perfect balance, guaranteeing the wine a long life.
ACHILLE BOROLI

Prize

2009

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