Barolo
Castiglione Falletto

Grape variety

The “Barolo DOCG del Comune di Castiglione Falletto” is a new project that involves the plot selection of communal vineyards zoned over the years. Castiglione Falletto, situated in the heart of the Barolo region, has a higher proportion of vineyards facing east to west than the surrounding towns, giving its wines a unique character with a perfect balance between power and elegance.
The label on the bottle is a testament to how this area has been dedicated to grape and wine production for four centuries,since 1624!
The vineyards are exposed to the East, West, and Southwest, and the soil is clayey and calcareous, with traces of sand.

First vintage

2019

Vinification

The Barolo del comune di Castiglione Falletto harvest takes place around mid-October and is carried out entirely by hand, with grapes collected in small crates.
The vineyards are divided into micro-parcels based on the ripeness of the clusters. Separate harvests are conducted while always maintaining perfect uniformity of the grapes. This allows for the production of multiple cuvées for each parcel.

This separation is maintained throughout the vinification and aging process. In stainless steel tanks, the fermentation of all the micro-cuvées occurs first, followed by submerged cap fermentation: the grape skins are kept submerged at about 40-50 cm, at a controlled temperature for a medium to long period, up to 30 days.

After at least 18 months of aging in wood, the different micro-cuvées are expertly blended. In the months of June and July, the wine is bottled, where it remains until the following year before being released to the market.

Barolo
Castiglione Falletto

Grape variety

The “Barolo DOCG del Comune di Castiglione Falletto” is a new project that involves the plot selection of communal vineyards zoned over the years. Castiglione Falletto, situated in the heart of the Barolo region, has a higher proportion of vineyards facing east to west than the surrounding towns, giving its wines a unique character with a perfect balance between power and elegance. The label on the bottle is a testament to how this area has been dedicated to grape and wine production for four centuries,since 1624!
The vineyards are exposed to the East, West, and Southwest, and the soil is clayey and calcareous, with traces of sand.

First vintage produced purely

2019

Vinification

The Barolo del comune di Castiglione Falletto harvest takes place around mid-October and is carried out entirely by hand, with grapes collected in small crates.
The vineyards are divided into micro-parcels based on the ripeness of the clusters. Separate harvests are conducted while always maintaining perfect uniformity of the grapes. This allows for the production of multiple cuvées for each parcel.

This separation is maintained throughout the vinification and aging process. In stainless steel tanks, the fermentation of all the micro-cuvées occurs first, followed by submerged cap fermentation: the grape skins are kept submerged at about 40-50 cm, at a controlled temperature for a medium to long period, up to 30 days. After at least 18 months of aging in wood, the different micro-cuvées are expertly blended. In the months of June and July, the wine is bottled, where it remains until the following year before being released to the market.

Vintages

Come and
try it

Come and discover the magic of Barolo del Comune di Castiglione Falletto.

The vineyards of this wine, exclusively owned by Boroli, represent a precious historical heritage.

With its south/southwest exposure and clay-limestone soil, Barolo del Comune di Castiglione Falletto stands out for its extraordinary balance of refinement and structure, enriched by intense and enduring aromas.

An exceptional experience to taste and savor.