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Technical Information

Wine Blend Vine Age Soil Type Vineyard Area*
Langhe Chardonnay
Chardonnay Planted in 2004 Sand, Clay .5 ha
Langhe Pinot Nero
Pinot Nero Planted in 2004 Sand, Clay 1 ha
Langhe Nebbiolo
Nebbiolo Planted in 2006, 2015 Sand, Clay 1.5 ha
Barolo ”La Tartufaia“
Nebbiolo Planted in 2004** Sand, Clay 2 ha
Barolo
Serradenari
Nebbiolo Planted in 2003 Clay, Loam, Marl 1 ha
Barolo “Marassio”
Nebbiolo Planted in 2004, 2006 Clay, Loam, Limestone .8 ha
* "ha" = hectares; one hectare equals roughly two and a half acres

VITICULTURE / VINIFICATION

• Practicing organic since 2014, full conversion will be certified by Valoritalia for 2019 vintage
• All grapes are harvested by hand
• Wines fermented with indigenous yeasts
• All wines are sourced from estate-owned vineyard in the Serradenari cru of La Morra except where noted **

Langhe Chardonnay:
• Northern exposition at 500 meters (1,640 feet) above sea level
• Fermentation in 350-L French oak barrels for 20 days
• Aged 16 months in 350-L French oak barrels
• Completes malolactic fermentation
• 30% of barrels are new oak

Langhe Pinot Nero:
• Northern exposition at 520 meters (1,706 feet) above sea level
• Fermentation in conical oak vats for 25 days
• Aged 16 months in 228-L French oak barriques
• 30% of barriques are new oak

Langhe Nebbiolo:
• Northern exposition at 500 meters (1,640 feet) above sea level
• Fermentation in stainless steel tank for 15 days
• Aged 14 months in stainless steel and 500-L tonneaux

Barolo “La Tartufaia”:
• Western exposition at 460 meters (1,509 feet) above sea level
• A blend of 80% Serradenari cru and 20% Brunate cru** (Brunate cru grapes are purchased, 40-year-old vines)
• Aged 24 months in 25-HL Slavonian oak barrels
• Named after the truffle fields Giulia's grandfather planted on the property before her father replaced them with vineyards

Barolo Serradenari:
• Southwestern exposition at 520 meters (1,706 feet) above sea level
• Fermentation in 60-HL conical wooden vats for 40 days
• Aged 30 months in 25-HL Slavonian oak barrels
• Wine is not filtered

Barolo “Marassio”:
• Western exposition at 520 meters (1,706 feet) above sea level
• A selection from the Marassio sub-parcel, the highest part of Serradenari
• Fermentation in 60-HL conical wooden vats for 40 days
• Aged 30 months in 25-HL Slavonian oak barrels
• Wine is not filtered

General Information

Country
Italy
Region
Piedmont
Appellation(s)
Barolo, Langhe
Producer
Giulia Negri
Founded
2001
Annual Production
300 cases
Farming
Organic (practicing)
Website
https://www.giulianegri.com/en/
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