Cannubi is the long and gradually growing hill located in the center of the Barolo area. There the soils of the Elvezian and Tortonian periods meet and blend, originating gray-bluish marls, rich in magnesium and manganese carbonates which, on the surface, become gray-whitish shades following the action of atmospheric agents: clays mixed with sands very fine, impregnated with a strong limestone component. Surrounded by higher hilly systems, it is protected from disturbances and excessive ventilation and enjoys a very particular, unique microclimate. The characteristics of the soil and its enviable microclimate give Cannubi completeness and balance, a harmonious synthesis of structure and perfumes and elegance in the tannins, combining the promptness of consumption with extraordinary longevity.
Barolo Cannubi reaches maturity 6 years after the harvest and the maturity plateau is between 6 and 25 years.
Ruby red color with garnet reflections. Intense bouquet with a clear hint of rose, vanilla, spices and toasted oak. The note of absinthe is blurred. Full and elegant taste, full-bodied, austere, with soft and enveloping tannins. Pleasant are the spicy and the woody note that blend perfectly.
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