Barolo Villero 2006

Barolo Villero 2006 is a testament to oenological elegance and complexity. This wine, produced in the prestigious Langhe region, with its intense ruby color, offers a bouquet of complex and well-structured aromas.

Denomination

Barolo Docg Villero

Vegetative cycle

The alternating weather conditions affected the vegetative cycle of the vines, leading to phases of rapid development followed by moments of relative stagnation.

In the case of Nebbiolo, those who patiently waited for the optimal time to harvest in 2006 were rewarded with healthy grapes of exceptional quality for an Outstanding 2006 Barolo Villero.

Climatic trend

January marked the beginning of the year 2006 with difficult weather conditions, with temperatures reaching as low as -10°C. Between the 26th and 28th of the month, a heavy snowfall blanketed the landscape with a thick layer of snow of 50 cm, followed by heavy rains. Thus, the winter that year was prolonged and marked by intense cold.
Only in April did the weather begin to show signs of spring. May was a month characterized by frequent changes, while June began with cool temperatures and then became extremely hot. Drought and scorching heat persisted through July, but in August temperatures dropped due to cold currents from the North Atlantic, then returned to normal towards the end of the month.
The first autumn rain was recorded in mid-September, followed by further rainfall, which fortunately did not damage the 2006 Barolo Villero grapes as the soil easily absorbed the water.

2006

Barolo Villero 2006

2006

Denomination

Barolo Docg Villero

Vegetative cycle

The alternating weather conditions affected the vegetative cycle of the vines, leading to phases of rapid development followed by moments of relative stagnation.

In the case of Nebbiolo, those who patiently waited for the optimal time to harvest in 2006 were rewarded with healthy grapes of exceptional quality for an Outstanding 2006 Barolo Villero.

Climatic trend

January marked the beginning of the year 2006 with difficult weather conditions, with temperatures reaching as low as -10°C. Between the 26th and 28th of the month, a heavy snowfall blanketed the landscape with a thick layer of snow of 50 cm, followed by heavy rains. Thus, the winter that year was prolonged and marked by intense cold.
Only in April did the weather begin to show signs of spring. May was a month characterized by frequent changes, while June began with cool temperatures and then became extremely hot. Drought and scorching heat persisted through July, but in August temperatures dropped due to cold currents from the North Atlantic, then returned to normal towards the end of the month.
The first autumn rain was recorded in mid-September, followed by further rainfall, which fortunately did not damage the 2006 Barolo Villero grapes as the soil easily absorbed the water.

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from 11 to 21 October
SPECIFIC
VINTAGE DATE
Outstanding
ANNUAL QUALITY
PRODUCED WITH PASSION:

4862 pz

200 pz

50 pz

5 pz

Our bottles reflect a well-defined structure, enriched by intricate and persistent olfactory aromas.
ACHILLE BOROLI

Prize

2006

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