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Cannubi is the long and gradually growing hill located in the center of the Barolo area.
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Cannubi is the long and gradually growing hill located in the center of the Barolo area. There the soils of the Helvetian and Tortonian epochs meet and amalgamate giving rise to bluish-gray marls, rich in magnesium and manganese carbonates which, on the surface, become gray-whitish due to the action of atmospheric agents: clay mixed with sand very fine, impregnated with a strong limestone component (fossil Sant'Agata marls). Surrounded by higher hill systems, it is protected from perturbations and excessive ventilation and enjoys a very particular, unique microclimate. The characteristics of the soil and its enviable microclimate give the Cannubi completeness and balance, a harmonious synthesis between structure and aromas and elegance in the tannins, associating the readiness of consumption with an extraordinary longevity.
|The cellar||Marquesses of Barolo|
|Vines and plants||Nebbiolo 100%|
|Production area||Cannubi is the long and gradually growing hill located in the center of the Barolo area|
|Vinification||The racking takes place only when all the sugar has turned into alcohol. Racked into vitrified concrete vats, specially made with cork insulation, the wine maintains the post-fermentation temperature of about 22 ° for a long time|
|Maturation||Part of the wine is aged for about two years in Slavonian and French oak barrels, the remainder is aged in small French oak barrels, medium toasted. Aging in the bottle for 12 months|
|Service temperature||18 ° / 20 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||14.0|
|Pairings||Ideal with red meats, braised meats and game|