Brovia Barolo Brea Vigna Ca’ Mia 2018
The company was founded in 1863 in Castiglione Falletto. A meticulousness and philosophy that uncompromisingly defend the identity expression of the grape and the terroir beyond fashions give wines of great personality. Purity, elegance and complexity are encapsulated in each bottle. Giacinto, who passed away in 2014, left behind the experience of more than 60 vintages. Elena Brovia works in the vineyard following an organic, certified approach. In the winery, her husband Alex Sanchez manages winemaking and aging without technological interventions that would alter the natural expression of the grape and each individual terroir.
Varietal: 100% Nebbiolo
Age screws: 56 years.
Processing: Hand-picked; 24 months in medium-sized French oak barrels; unfiltered.
Alcoholic Grade: 14%.
Bottles Produced: 3,700
Aging capacity: 20 years.
Food pairings: Red meats, spit-roasted lamb, game, dry and aged cheeses.