Cannubi is a long, gently sloping hill right in the middle of the Barolo area. Surrounded by higher hills, the Cannubi hill is protected from storms and high winds and it benefits from a unique microclimate. The wine ages for two years, part in Slavonian oak barrels and the other part in small French oak barrels that are moderately toasted. Barolo Cannubi matures 6 years after being harvested and reaches its peak condition between 6 and 25 years of age.
Appellation: Barolo DOCG
Tasting: Barolo Cannubi is well-matched with traditional Langhe egg pasta, Tajarin and Ravioli, with roasts, stews, braised meats and game. It is also an ideal companion for sheep and goat’s milk and mildly-aged cheeses.