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The Great Vineyards

CASTELLO – Grinzane Cavour

Geological substrate: SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL; 10 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

Here we find ourselves in the central area of Sant’Agata Marl, within the outcrop of the Marl of Gallo d’Alba.

RAVERA – Novello

Geological substrate: SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL; 9 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

The vineyard is situated at the heart of the Sant’Agata Marl geological formation, which differs considerably here to its typical form…

MONVIGLIERO – Verduno

Geological substrate: LAMINATED SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL; 8 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

The vineyard extends entirely over Sant’Agata Fossil Marl in its particular “laminated” form…

BOIOLO AND ROCCHE DELL’ANNUNZIATA – La Morra

Geological substrate: LAMINATED SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL in transition to SANDY SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL; 8 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

The vineyards that produce this cru are located in the upper and intermediate parts of the…

BUSSIA – Monforte d’Alba

Geological substrate: SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL in transition to DIANO SANDSTONE; 9 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

The Bussia cru is one of the most extensive in the Barolo growing area, approaching 300 hectares…

VIGNARIONDA – Serralunga d’Alba

Geological substrate: LEQUIO FORMATION; 12 million years old (SERRAVALLIAN AGE).

The vineyard extends over the Lequio formation, the oldest in the whole of the Barolo growing area…

ROCCHE DI CASTIGLIONE – Castiglione Falletto

Geological substrate: DIANO SANDSTONE in transition to SANT’AGATA FOSSIL MARL; 9 million years old (TORTONIAN AGE).

The vineyard stands on the area of contact between two geological formations, Diano Sandstone and Sant’Agata Fossil Marl…