BAROLO BRICCO LUCIANI: “The elegance of La Morra”
Bricco Luciani, located in Annunziata of La Morra, is named after the farmhouse which in the past used to be a monastery of nuns. The vineyard is at about 270 metres in altitude, and presents a fairly compact soil of clay and limestone. The company owns an area of 0.8 hectares, with a southeastern exposure.
In each and every single bottle of the 4300 produced yearly is the unique experience that Barolo of La Morra is able to offer.
Extraordinarily elegant and pleasant, it presents an intense floral bouquet.
BAROLO CONCA: “The charm of Barolo”
Barolo Conca is one of the most prestigious Cru of La Morra, being part of the old estate of the nearby convent of Mercenasco. Its particular amphitheatre shape provides a favourable microclimate as well as a good southeastern exposure. The vineyard is located at an altitude of about 250 metres, and the soil is rich in limestone and clay. Mauro Molino owns an area of 0.38 hectares, with a very limited production of bottles produced yearly. The Conca vineyard represents the company’s finest Barolo. With its spicy notes and austerity, it is an incredibly complex and long-lived wine.