Cavallotto is the name of this winery and of the family that has linked its history to the Bricco Boschis hills in the heart of Barolo since 1928.
Today at the helm of the company we find the fourth generation represented by Alfio, Giuseppe and Laura who carry on the family tradition, inspired by a production in which the land is perceived as a gift to be preserved and delivered to future generations in an optimal state.
Among the first to experiment with total controlled grassing in 1974, they were precursors of many sustainable cultivation techniques and today they are experimenting with production without the use of machinery and tractors.
The Barolo Bricco Boschis Vigna San Giuseppe Riserva 2013 is a splendid testimony to the passion that lies behind the work of this winery.
A wine in which elegance and body merge; able to stay in the cellar for many years to refine all its qualities even more.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Rosso granato intenso.
Profumi inizialmente fruttati poi floreali poi speziati, aperti e intensi.
Barolo di grande struttura ma con eleganza e complessità.
Carni rosse in genere, pesce crostacei grigliati o crudi, carni bianche grigliate, formaggi a grana dura o stagionati, cioccolato.
0,75 L Standard
Castiglione Falletto (CN)
Tradizionale in botti di rovere di Slavonia da 4 a 5 anni. In bottiglia per un anno.
Diraspatura totale, fermentazione con lieviti indigeni. Vasche di fermentazione orizzontali con temperatura massima controllata a 29 °C. Fermentazione tradizionale con macerazione semi-sommersa del cappello. Durata della macerazione: 18-30 giorni. Fermentazione malolattica in vasche di cemento durante la primavera successiva alla vendemmia.
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Name: Cavallotto Start-up year: 1948 Cultivated hectares: 25 Winemaker name: Alfio e Giuseppe Cavallotto Address: Via Alba-monforte 48 - Castiglione Falletto (CN) Web Site: www.cavallotto.com
In Castiglione Falletto producers are the owners of 5 generations and, in 1948, along with his grandfather James, the father Joseph and uncle Marcello, Olivio and Gildo brothers were the first to leave the market area of grape and other agricultural products to concentrate solely on the specialized cultivation of the vine, made wine of their grapes and marketing of wine produced. Still young olive trees, Giuseppe and Alfio, both winemakers continue to grow and produce wine grapes produced in the fitting and obtained from the processing of DOC and DOCG wines.