Aurelio Settimo – Barolo Riserva Rocche – 2004
Aurelio Settimo winery is the typical reality of Langhe, first of all farmers and then producers. The Settimo family since the beginning of the 40’s produced wine, but not only, they also dedicated themselves to orchards and cattle. Things changed in the 1960’s with the arrival of Aurelio, who understood the importance and the structure of Nebbiolo grapes cultivated in the Annunziata hamlet of La Morra, thus starting to write his name on Barolo labels. Years have passed by and now the winery is in the hands of his daughter Tiziana, but the way of working is always the same: absolutely Traditional. Their wines are vinified in vitrified cement tanks, long macerations and aging only in large wooden barrels.
Their Barolo Riserva Rocche dell’Annunziata is made in the same vineyard, already considered by elders one of the most beautiful and prestigious Cru of the whole Barolo area. An amphitheater totally facing south, perfect for the ripening of Nebbiolo grapes. It is a very fragrant wine with a nice body and an absurd freshness!
- Producer: Aurelio Settimo
- Name: Barolo Riserva rocche
- Grape Variety: 100% Nebbiolo
- Vintage: 2004
- Alcohol Content: 14%
- Bottle Size: 1500ml
Productive Notes:Traditional vinification, with long maceration (must in contact with the skins for about 15-20 days), frequent pumping over and punching down, ageing in oak casks, with a capacity of 2,500 to 3,500 liters for 36 months
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Wine naturally contains solphites
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