Guido Porro Barolo Guido Porro Barolo Guido Porro Barolo "Vigna Santa Caterina" Download PDF

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Winery Guido Porro
SupplierKermit Lynch Wine Merchant
VarietiesNebbiolo
Farming Practicessustainable
Soilsclay and limestone
Hectares/Acres1 ha.
ExposureSW
Harvest Techniqueby hand
Year Vines Were Planted30-35 years
Yeastambient
Fermentationmaceration in cement vats over 20-25 days with regular pumpovers
Malolacticin barrel
Maturationthree years in 15 and 25 hL Slavonian oak botti
Filterno
Finingno
Alcohol14.5%
Item NoITKL1107
Bottle Case12x750ml / 6x1.5L
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Sub-region Barolo
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About Santa Caterina

There is a small area in the Lazzarito cru—towards the Serralunga side—called Santa Caterina. Only part of this vineyard, taking its name from the neighboring farm, is cultivated with Nebbiolo and faces south-west. The vines slope dramatically downward from the state road on healthy soils that tends to be richer than the soils that receive the most direct sunlight in the region. The value of this kind of vineyards is linked to the ability of the vines to produce excellent wines even during dry years. The small area is only 5 piedmontese “giornate” big (less than 2 hectares) and stands between 340 and 390 m.a.s.l.

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