Vintage 2020

Castelletto Barolo

Product Code: BU1420RC

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Nebbiolo
14.5
ITALY
6
Cork
Cavallotto Tenuta Bricco Boschis
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                    [Notes1] => David Sampedro and his wife, Melanie Hickman own and run this 9.5 ha biodynamic estate around the village of Elvillar in the Rioja Alavesa where limestone soils meander through three valleys that run between the Sierra Cantabria mountains and the River Ebro. 3.5 ha of their property is made up of single vineyard sites, elaborated under the banner ‘Struggling Vines’. They also exploit some small plots of Rufete on the granite and slate soils of the Sierra Francia in the province of Salamanca as well as another project in Navarra. Their mission is to rescue plots of old vines, work them manually and with all the soil work being done with the use of a horse. Their winery is solar powered and is partly built underground with cement fermentation tanks to help control temperatures. Ageing takes place for the top wines in French oak 500 and 600 litre casks.
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                    [Notes4] =>  The vineyards of the Cavallotto family have three unique features. The 25 hectares of planted vines are a contiguous piece of land that encompasses the Bricco Boschis and Vignolo crus, they are all estate vineyards (the family owns 100% of the vineyards farmed) and the land is worked according to an integrated farming concept that includes the use of organic farming practices.
Through the choice of producing and bottling wine under their own label exclusively from their own grapes since 1948 the Cavallotto family has created both a unique identity and a high level of quality in the Bricco Boschis brand, both of which have strengthened over time.
More than half the vineyard area (17 ha) is planted to Nebbiolo for Barolo that is harvested at an average of 38 hl/ha. 3ha are planted to Dolcetto, and 2ha to Barbera. The rest of the vineyard land is planted to a mix of Freisa, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Grignolino.
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Alfio and Giuseppe Cavallotto, both enologists, are deeply attentive to their vineyard practices, and all work is performed according to a fundamental respect for the land.

For example, the native grasses that grow between the rows of vines form humus in the soil once mowed, and thus the soil is better able to absorb moisture and resist erosion caused by the rapid runoff of rainfall during thunderstorms. All seasonal labor in the vines is performed by hand.

Climatically, the Lower Langhe region around Alba has hot and dry summers (average summer temperature is 26°C) with snowy, cold winters. The spring and autumn intervals are generally mild; the vines are well-adapted to the particular local climatic conditions.
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Through the choice of producing and bottling wine under their own label exclusively from their own grapes since 1948 the Cavallotto family has created both a unique identity and a high level of quality in the Bricco Boschis brand, both of which have strengthened over time.
More than half the vineyard area (17 ha) is planted to Nebbiolo for Barolo that is harvested at an average of 38 hl/ha. 3ha are planted to Dolcetto, and 2ha to Barbera. The rest of the vineyard land is planted to a mix of Freisa, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Grignolino.
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Through the choice of producing and bottling wine under their own label exclusively from their own grapes since 1948 the Cavallotto family has created both a unique identity and a high level of quality in the Bricco Boschis brand, both of which have strengthened over time.
More than half the vineyard area (17 ha) is planted to Nebbiolo for Barolo that is harvested at an average of 38 hl/ha. 3ha are planted to Dolcetto, and 2ha to Barbera. The rest of the vineyard land is planted to a mix of Freisa, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Grignolino.
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Alfio and Giuseppe Cavallotto, both enologists, are deeply attentive to their vineyard practices, and all work is performed according to a fundamental respect for the land.

For example, the native grasses that grow between the rows of vines form humus in the soil once mowed, and thus the soil is better able to absorb moisture and resist erosion caused by the rapid runoff of rainfall during thunderstorms. All seasonal labor in the vines is performed by hand.

Climatically, the Lower Langhe region around Alba has hot and dry summers (average summer temperature is 26°C) with snowy, cold winters. The spring and autumn intervals are generally mild; the vines are well-adapted to the particular local climatic conditions.
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Through the choice of producing and bottling wine under their own label exclusively from their own grapes since 1948 the Cavallotto family has created both a unique identity and a high level of quality in the Bricco Boschis brand, both of which have strengthened over time.
More than half the vineyard area (17 ha) is planted to Nebbiolo for Barolo that is harvested at an average of 38 hl/ha. 3ha are planted to Dolcetto, and 2ha to Barbera. The rest of the vineyard land is planted to a mix of Freisa, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Grignolino.
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Alfio and Giuseppe Cavallotto, both enologists, are deeply attentive to their vineyard practices, and all work is performed according to a fundamental respect for the land.

For example, the native grasses that grow between the rows of vines form humus in the soil once mowed, and thus the soil is better able to absorb moisture and resist erosion caused by the rapid runoff of rainfall during thunderstorms. All seasonal labor in the vines is performed by hand.

Climatically, the Lower Langhe region around Alba has hot and dry summers (average summer temperature is 26°C) with snowy, cold winters. The spring and autumn intervals are generally mild; the vines are well-adapted to the particular local climatic conditions.
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