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Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita

Cà Grossa

Getting to know our lands better and better every year, we evaluate each vintage the Cà Grossa cru and pick the most premier grapes from selected vines to become our Barbaresco Cà Grossa.

The Chosen one

Nebbiolo 100%

Municipality: Barbaresco – Frazione Tre Stelle
Property: an altitude of 250m a.s.l., South-eastern exposure, planting layout 2,50×0,90m, density 4400 stocks/Ha, Guyot vertical trellis vine training
Age: 25 years old
Hectares: 0.5 Ha
Yield: 7000 kg/Ha

Harvest period
First week of October
2.500 bottles

The selection of the grapes takes place in the vineyard, during harvest; alcoholic fermentation is followed by maceration for around 20 days in stainless steel tanks; malolactic fermentation then comes after.


In 700-litre oak tonneaus for about 20 months. Bottling takes place in summer.

Organoleptic characteristics

The typicality of Barbaresco Cà Grossa is shown by the elegant and refined nose and palate. It is the expression of a marly soil containing 15% of fine sand; it has a red ruby colour with slight shades of garnet. The wine has a very delicate aroma, well-balanced and complex, with hints of ripe red fruit, spices and violet. The palate presents enveloping tannins and an excellent persistence.