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From this vineyard

Barolo

Castiglione Falletto and Serralunga d'Alba

We use a mix of seven different Crus for the production of Barolo Classico.

They come 30% from Castiglione Falletto and 70% from Serralunga d’Alba.
In Castiglione, where the soil is more calcareous and white, the grapes acquire elegance and an aromatic complexity while in Serralunga the more clayey soil transmits character and body.

The vines of the seven vineyards used for this wine are on average 50 years old. Ideal age, for us, for the production of a Barolo Classico.
The blend of these vineyards produces grace and power, combining them together with wonderful balance.

Village

Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d’Alba

Surface

5,5 hectares

Exposure

South-West

Altitude

250 - 370 m a.sl.

Soil

Bianco calcareo tendente all’argilloso

Training system

Guyot

Vines per hectare

4.400

Average age of vines

50 years

Taken from the book “Barolo MGA Vol. 1”- Alessandro Masnaghetti Editore - www.enogea.it - all rights reserved

From this vineyard

Taken from the book “Barolo MGA Vol. 1”- Alessandro Masnaghetti Editore - www.enogea.it - all rights reserved

News

The new Barolo Riserva Bricco Voghera 2010

Published on 15/03/2021

Finally, after 10 years, our special Barolo Riserva Bricco Voghera 2010 is available, from 95 year-old vines. After having rested for 5 years in large casks, and another 5 years in bottle. 2010 is definitely a vintage not to be missed!

You can find more details on this extraordinary Barolo here: https://www.azelia.it/en/wine/barolo-riserva-docg-bricco-voghera/

100 years of Azelia: Special edition labels

Published on 05/02/2021

1920 – 2020. We are extremely proud to celebrate the Centenary of our winery. We have been producing Barolo for 100 years and we are still here!

All our 2016 Barolos will have a special edition label to celebrate our 100 years of history.

A new Cru: Barolo Cerretta

Published on 05/02/2021

We have waited for almost 30 years to vinify the single vineyard Cerretta separately, in order to have older vines. The wait is finally over!

Barolo Cerretta is dedicated to the Centenary of our winery.