CANNUBI S. Lorenzo
Within the underlying Cannubi we find a magnificent vineyard of Cannubi San Lorenzo, which was established around 12 million years ago through sedimentation from the Padano sea. This, Barolo’s most famous and renowned cru, was mentioned in historical documents dating back to as early as 1700. It has an excellent terrain intricacy, formed by large clayey limestone marl and a pleasant climate that make this hill one of the most suitable vineyard farming areas in the world. The wines from Cannubi are long grain, with more elegance and longevity than all Barolo’s wine production industry. In this area the company has vineyards that cover around 1.30 hectares, with southern exposure and an altitude that varies from 290 to 320 metres above sea level.