The wines belonging to the Barolo DOCG denomination respond to the Barolo and Barolo Riserva types and are obtained from the vinification of the Nebbiolo vine in purity, cultivated according to traditional methods or with Guyot pruning and espalier training. The disciplinary provides for an aging period of 38 months respectively, of which 18 in wood, for the basic version and 62 months, of which always 18 in wood for the reserve version. The distinctive character of Barolo is its structure which expresses a complex and enveloping bouquet, of great longevity, that is able to develop over time without losing its organoleptic characteristics. The property consists of 5.5 hectares of Nebbiolo da Barolo vineyards which extend between the municipalities of Monforte d’Alba with the Cru San Giovanni and Bricco San Pietro, of Barolo with the Cru Paiagallo and of Novello, with the cru Ravera.