100% Nebbiolo grown in calcareous clay/sandy soils at 360 to 400 meters above sea level located within the Bric Micca cru. “Baluchin” translates to “star” in Piedmontese, as one can see the stars from this vineyard that sits at the highest position within the cru, all planted to dramatic 45°-55° slopes. Fermentation lasts 7-8 days under temperature control. Malolactic occurs in oak. Aged in medium-toasted, small French oak barrels (10% new) for 20-22 months. 400 cases produced.

Producer:

Cocito

Vintage:

2010

Country:

Italy

Region:

Piedmont

Appellation:

Barbaresco

Variety:

Nebbiolo

Color:

Red

Farming Practice:

Sustainable

Cocito "Baluchin" Barbaresco Riserva 2010

$65.00Price

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