Grapes are collected exclusively by hand, quickly brought to the cellar for destalking and soft pressing. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature of 82-86°F in thermo- conditioned tanks. Maceration of the skins with pump-overs lasts eight days. The wine is then racked into concrete tanks that are lined with fiberglass and insulated with cork to maintain the post-fermentation temperature of 72°F. In these concrete tanks, malolactic fermentation begins spontaneously and is completed rapidly.
The wine is blended and aged for 2 years in traditional large Slavonian oak barrels. The wine completes its aging in the bottle for some months before release. The Barolo Tradizione reaches its maturity four years after the harvest and matures further between four and 20 years.
Bottle Size: 750ml
Vintages may vary by location; we will ship the most current vintage in stock.
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