State/Country, Region, Place: Italy, Piedmont, Monforte d'Alba (CN)
Red, dry, still wine
Grape Varieties: 100% Nebbiolo
Aging: 30 months in oak casks.
The Barolo Reserve Granbussia is produced by blending grapes from the oldest vines, from the Romirasco, Cicala, and Colonnello, before fermentation starts, in the following percentages respectively: 70% - 15% - 15%.
The Granbussia remains in the cellar for at least 9 years before release. It is produced exclusively in the best years and in limited quantities.
This unique wine captures all of the elements that make Nebbiolo such a fascinating grape.
In the 19th century, Giovanni Conterno joined his father on the family domaine in Monforte d'Alba. This domaine was an export success from the very outset with its Barolo Reserve, which was only produced ...