Evolved notes of menthol, liquorice and anise emerge on the palate in a tannic structure and fruity pulp. This Barbaresco reveals itself more slowly than the others. The palate is enveloping, with vigorous, persistent tannins, hints of violets and red fruit.
Meticulous selection of the grapes is followed by spontaneous alcoholic fermentation. After maceration on skins and also a period of submerged cap, the wine is racked into wood where malolactic fermentation is completed. In order to reach its full expressive potential, this wine rests in the bottle for about one more year.