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Notes about Barolo Riserva RV350
When I was between 20 and 25 years old, I had the opportunity to taste a few bottles of Barolo vintages 1970/67/64 produced by Brandino Giacomo, a winemaker born in La Morra at the beginning of the 1900s. He loved good wine, he owned a small farm with vineyards in Fontanazza, La Serra and Brunate. Every three or four years he produced for himself 300/400 liters of Barolo. Updated 2024: For 2017 the vineyards Cerequio and Torriglione was chosen.
The odd thing was ‘that he harvested only the first three bunches close to the trunk’ because they were very small and ripened better (in those years a vine could have as many as 10/15 bunches). I was so excited about that Barolo for its richness, that I kept in mind that memory with the certainty that one day I would produce it too. That day came with the harvest of 2016.
We harvested the three bunches near the trunk and the yield per vine was about 350 grams, hence the idea of calling this barolo riserva RV350.
To obtain 1,196 liters of wine we harvested the grapes of about 5,500 vines, half in La Serra and half in Fossati.
We will make this barolo again, each time using grapes from two different vineyards.
Fermentation lasted about 20 days. Aging in barriques for 24 months. The wine was bottled in august 2019 with the waning moon and further aged for 30 months.
Roberto Voerzio, La Morra January 2022