Barolo DOCG “Serra dei Turchi” 2017




Alcohol Content


Designation of Origin

Barolo DOCG


100% Nebbiolo


1.5 L



Drinking Window


Vineyard altitude (mamsl)


Soil Composition

Skeleton and Marl


2 small barrels of 228 liters of seventh passage

Production Area

La Morra

La Serra dei Turchi (The hill of the Turks, literally) was born as a wine of extreme privilege and for only a very few lucky ones: only the smallest bunches are selected from the best parts of the vineyard. The grapes are carefully de-stemmed by hand to obtain their extreme delicacy. Fermentation takes place with indigenous yeasts, in a small, dedicated container, and the wine is aged in 228-liter (of 7th passage) barrels. In 2017 were produced only 136 1.5l magnums and 1 double 3-liter magnum, all numbered. The extreme rarity and exclusivity of these bottles make them a must have for the most demanding collectors and aficionados.

The dress of this magnificent Barolo is scarlet, luminous with orange reflections. The nose announces a great wine, its intertwined aromas are enchanting: first wildflowers, bluebells and moonflowers, elegant. After a few minutes the scents evolve towards ripe fruit: mulberry and currant, and pomegranate and moreover, spices such as cardamom and anise, carob and finally an intense balsamic note of eucalyptus. Imposing and regal wine, also in the mouth it displays its amplitude, it is an austere and elegant wine, vertical, with an indissoluble tannic texture of extreme finesse. The acidity and flavor given by the territory make the wine extremely balanced.

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