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The village of Diano d’Alba is a story unto itself where the Barolo wine-growing area is concerned. In fact, traditionally the most widely grown varietal here is Dolcetto, which expresses all its character in the 76 vineyards with prized southerly exposures called “Sorì”
Varietal: 100% Dolcetto
Origin: Diano d'Alba
Type of soil: white, marly with sand, medium calcareous.
Vinification: fermentation on the skins for 6 days in stainless steel at a controlled temperature. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
Aging: 6 months in steel.
Average annual production: 4.400 bottle