Barolo Cerequio 2019

Barolo Cerequio 2019 with its vibrant ruby color, this wine invites you to savor its elegance from the very first sip. The bouquet is fresh and fruity, with notes of ripe strawberry, spring flowers, and a gentle hint of cinnamon. On the palate, it presents a youthful and lively structure, with agile tannins and a freshness that enhances red fruit, mint, and a subtle touch of green tea.

Denomination

Barolo Docg Cerequio

Vegetative cycle

For 2019 Barolo Cerequio, after the prolonged winter, the plants’ vegetative growth resumed steadily. The unstable weather with not very high average temperatures continued throughout May 2019, confirming a delay of about two weeks compared to the vegetative development of previous years, but consistent with a more traditional trend.

Climatic trend

Unlike the previous vintage, which was remarkably early, 2019 will be remembered for following a more traditional path for 2019 Barolo Cerequio.
The agricultural season started slowly due to the winter that lasted into February, causing a late spring with rain and low temperatures that lasted until mid-March. Unstable weather with moderate temperatures continued through May.
The hottest period of the summer was between the last week of June and the first week of July, followed by days with milder temperatures alternating with precipitation. At the end of July, a second summer heat wave occurred, ending with thunderstorms that were also intense but not damaging to the vines. The rest of the summer season was characterized by mild weather with sporadic and regular rainfall, which kept vintners busy with vineyard health management.

Nebbiolo grapes were harvested in the second half of October, and their analytical parameters were “classic,” with good sugar content and an excellent polyphenolic profile, indicating the potential for structured wines with considerable aging capabilities.

2019

Barolo Cerequio 2019

2019

Denomination

Barolo Docg Cerequio

Vegetative cycle

For 2019 Barolo Cerequio, after the prolonged winter, the plants’ vegetative growth resumed steadily. The unstable weather with not very high average temperatures continued throughout May 2019, confirming a delay of about two weeks compared to the vegetative development of previous years, but consistent with a more traditional trend.

Climatic trend

Unlike the previous vintage, which was remarkably early, 2019 will be remembered for following a more traditional path for 2019 Barolo Cerequio.
The agricultural season started slowly due to the winter that lasted into February, causing a late spring with rain and low temperatures that lasted until mid-March. Unstable weather with moderate temperatures continued through May.
The hottest period of the summer was between the last week of June and the first week of July, followed by days with milder temperatures alternating with precipitation. At the end of July, a second summer heat wave occurred, ending with thunderstorms that were also intense but not damaging to the vines. The rest of the summer season was characterized by mild weather with sporadic and regular rainfall, which kept vintners busy with vineyard health management.

Nebbiolo grapes were harvested in the second half of October, and their analytical parameters were “classic,” with good sugar content and an excellent polyphenolic profile, indicating the potential for structured wines with considerable aging capabilities.

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

4213 pz

50 pz

5 pz

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The quality of the harvested grapes is exceptional, and I have high expectations for the wines’ balance.
ACHILLE BOROLI

Prize

2019

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