A San Giuliano was created in 1995 from a split of the Gallina name. The statue of San Giuliano, located in the Ciabot at the top of the Bricco - the winery's 'genius loci' - watches over the Nebbiolo vines and has always been revered by our family.
Colour: intense garnet with orange hue
Aromas: violets, small berries, leather, cocoa, pepper, spices, tobacco.
Flavour: the tannin is what one expects when drinking a Barbaresco. The sip is persistent and balanced.
Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo
Altitude: 300 metres
Age of vines: 25 years
Surface area of vineyard: 2 ha
Vines per hectare: 5000
Gentle crushing at controlled temperature
Fermentation: 10-15 days, malolactic fermentation
Aging: 2 years in 25 - 30 hl French oak barrels
Maturation in bottle: 6 months
Production: 8000 bottles per year
Bottle type: Albeisa