Ca' Viola

"Barturot" Dolcetto d'Alba DOC

    • Description :

      Barturot was the first wine to be produced in 1991, when everything started. The Barturot vineyard, of just 2.15 hectares, traces its 65-year-old roots to the land of Montelupo albese, on a southern slope at 400m ASL. The old age of the vines naturally allows a low production of grapes, furthered by thinning. Only after a long maceration is Barturot ready to spend 12 months aging in large barrels in order to enhance its great features. 15 days in temperature-controlled tanks and 14 months in big barrels.

      Grape varieties :


      Altitude :

      400m ASL

      Vineyard age :

      65-year-old vineyard

      Grape yield :

      50 quintals of grape per hectare

      Exposure :


      Soil :

      Calcareous marl and clay

      Alcohol :


      Tasting notes :

      Ruby red with notes of violets on the nose leading into cherry and earth notes. Very approachable in its youth.

Press Notes

  • The Wine Advocate
    • 2011
      90 points
  • Wine Spectator
    • 2015
      90 points
  • James Suckling
    • 2021
      91 points
    • 2016, 2013
      90 points
  • AG Vinous
    • 2012
      92 points
    • 2011
      90 points
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