This wine has been telling the wonderful story of a territory and the three vineyards that make it up for over 50 years, offering the palate sophistication and surprising balance.

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Barolo Ciabot Berton 1961

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Vineyards: in three historical vineyards in La Morra
Position: hill, with south-easterly and south-westerly exposure, at altitudes of 250-300 m above sea level.
Soil: sandy-calcareous-clay
Yield per ha: 45 hl.
Average age of vineyards: 30-35 years
Plant density/ha: 3,800 vines
Annual production: 15,000 bottles

Vinification: traditional temperature-controlled maceration in concrete tanks
Ageing: in Slavonian oak barrels and then in concrete
Alcohol content: 14 – 14.5% vol.
Acidity: 5.2 – 5.6 g/l
Cellar life: 15 years

Description: garnet red with ruby highlights. The nose is ethereal and expansive with hints of minerals and balsamic notes accompanied by scents of rose, spices, red fruits and wax. The palate is tangy and pleasant, rich, very persistent and well supported by tannins.

Pairing suggestions: ideal with roasts, braised red meats, game and mature cheeses.


This wine is born in the following vineyards: