The Roggeri cru, exposed to the south-east at an altitude of 300 m above sea level, extends from the hamlet of the same name to the foot of our winery.
The four hectares of Nebbiolo da Barolo cultivated here are divided into three parts, including our oldest vineyards, planted about 50 years ago. The age of the vineyards, along with deep, clayey soil, produces grapes that are very rich in polyphenols, which give our Barolo Roggeri its great structure, noble character and pronounced tannins.
Taken from the book “Barolo MGA, l’Enciclopedia delle Grandi Vigne del Barolo” by Alessandro Masnaghetti – published by Enogea –www.enogea.it. All rights reserved