The Rocche dell’Annunziata vineyard is historically known as one of the most important of the Barolo zone. In his Barolo Chart, Renato Ratti had already underscored this by entering it in the 1st Category class. Situated at about 300 meters above sea level and with a South-East exposure, it extends over roughly 1 hectare. Rich with typical blue marl interspersed between veins of sand, the earth confers an extraordinary elegance and depth, united with fine and persistent scents of roses and licorice. Warm, persistent, rich: in a word, sumptuous.
97pts - James Suckling