The production of Barbaresco is allowed only in the municipalities that are part of the DOCG: an area characterized by calcareous, clayey soils or with a mixed composition of the two types of soil. A key factor for the production of Barbaresco is the structure of the vineyards: they must be on hilly slopes, never at the bottom of the valley or on flat land. The natural slope of the rows favors the drainage of water, allowing the wine to take on its characteristic dry and harmonious structure.
Ruby red color in youth then tends to garnet in case of greater aging. Evolved, silky tannins with a hint of red fruits. Structured and elegant body.