Barbera d’Asti Superiore D.O.C.G. “La Bogliona” 2016


Vineyard: 100% Barbera
Vinification: fermentation in oak conical vat to 35 Hl, 18-20 days skin maceration without control temperature.
Aging: 36 months in wooden, 35-hl barrels of French Allier oak
Vineyard age: 30 years
Yield: 4500 kg / hectares
Soil: 37% sand, 28 % limestone, 32% clay.
Production: 14000 bottles/year
Exposure: South west
Tasting: Bogliona 2016 distinguishes itself for a purple red color of beautiful intensity; the nose is complex, with notes of ripe red fruit, spices, with a woody finish that gives balance and elegance to the bouquet; in the mouth the wine is full, warm, soft and velvety, with a nice acid freshness that supports the important body.

vineyards landscape

A perfect spot to make elegant, delicate Barolo wine, the town of La Morra is on the Northern border of the Barolo production area, divided from Alba and the Roero by the river Tanaro.

soil and topography

South-East facing Roncaglie vineyard is located in 300 metres above sea level.

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