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Bricco Voghera

Serralunga d'Alba

The Bricco Voghera vineyard has been selected by Luigi expressly for the production of Barolo DOCG Riserva.

Here the vines, more than 95 years old, are among the oldest in the village. The grapes are very tiny, the yields extremely low and the berries reach a unique concentration during the ripening. Thus the choice for Riserva.

In spite of the already low yields due to the age of the vines, still, we still perform the green harvest, allowing therefore to have an impeccable ripening.
The hill is incredibly steep and in the summer it receives a quantity of light and heat so that it confers remarkable characteristics to the grapes.

We use part of this vineyard for the production of our Barolo Classico, while exclusively in exceptional vintages, we reserve the highest part of this hill to produce our Barolo Riserva Bricco Voghera.

This part of the vineyard covers a really small surface, inferior to 1 hectare, and it produces on average a little more than 3500 bottles only.


Serralunga d’Alba


0,85 hectares




360 m a.s.l.


Clayey and calcareous

Training system


Vines per hectare


Average age of vines

95 years

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


100 years of Azelia: Special edition labels

Published on 25/04/2024

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 have a special edition label to celebrate our 100 years of history.

A new Cru: Barolo Cerretta

Published on 25/04/2024

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.