2016 – Barolo D.o.c.g. Serradenari Magnum


The “Serradenari” vineyard is the highest in the whole Barolo production area.

Serradenari is an Additional Geographical Mention (Menzione Geografica Aggiuntiva, MeGA ), an officially delimited area within the Barolo denomination.

Broadly speaking, the term MeGA can be equated with the French term “cru” and indicates the origin of the grape and therefore of the wine with greater precision.

As with other Barolo wines, Serradenari is made exclusively from Nebbiolo grapes with a traditional vinification process and sold after at least 38 months.

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Grape blend: Nebbiolo 100%

Production area: La Morra
Altitude: 450 to 480 m asl
Soil composition: limestone and clay with sandy pockets
Exposure: South – South-West
Vine training system: Guyot
Harvesting period: mid-October

Winemaking notes:
Vinification: de-stalking-pressing, maceration in temperature-controlled tanks at a temperature of 25-26°C with daily pumping over of the must for about 20 days, followed by malolactic fermentation
Ageing: in oak barrels of varying capacities, minimum 18 months.

Tasting notes:
Colour: garnet red
Aroma: violet, rose and cherry evolving into light notes of chocolate and hay.
Flavour: pleasantly dry and full thanks to the excellent balance between the acidity and the noble tannins of nebbiolo

Serving temperature:
16-18 ° C

Recommended pairings:
red meats, wild game meats, braised meats and mature cheeses

Additional information



braised meats, red meats, mature cheeses, game birds


Magnum, barolo