Sensually enticing wine with great aromatic resonance: lavender, graphite, violet, rose and a hint of pine. A commanding wine with beautiful and refined structure.
Among the historical vineyards of Barolo, Bricco delle Viole is the highest and the closest to the Alps. It rises from 400 to 480 meters above sea level, on the Western ridge of the village. Its name, “Hill of Violets”, originates from the owers that blossom early here due to the perfect south exposure. Bricco delle Viole is aged in large Slavonian casks, between 30 and 42 months.
Aldo Vaira and his family produce wines of extreme freshness and finesse. Their compellingly articulate wines are emblematic of the ‘New Barolo’. It is as if their own serenity can be perceived in the sculpture of their glowing wines.