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The vineyards devoted to Barolo Ravera, colored in green in the first image, are the oldest of those currently in production in the large amphitheater of Cascina Nuova and represent the core of the winery’s historic vineyards.

Although close to each other, the two plots dedicated to this Barolo are distinguished by their locations and exposures. The first, on the border with Vigna Elena, has a more protected position and full southern exposure, while the second, at the western end of the Cascina Nuova hill, enjoys a more open position and a southwestern exposure.

The soils are in both cases expressions of laminated Sant’Agata Fossili Marls.




Elevation: 370 – 410 mt.
Exposure: south and southwest.
Geology: laminated Sant’Agata Fossili Marls.

Year of planting: 1970 and 1993 for the plot on the border with Vigna Elena; 1961 and 2017 for the remaining part.
Surface under vine: 3.09 ha.

Vinification: in stainless steel with 30 days of submerged cap maceration.
Aging: 24 months in Slavonian oak barrels of 50 hl.

First vintage released: 1991.
Vintages produced: all, except 2002.