Cannubi Boschis 2.2 hectares; Cannubi 0.6 hectares.
This historical vineyard, among the most esteemed in the Barolo area, features a mixture of Tortonian and Helvetian soils from different geological eras, imparting a unique complexity and richness to the soil. The high sand content gives the wine an intense bouquet which is fruity when it is young, but which develops spicier tones as it evolves.
Cannubi Boschis from 1967 to 1990, Cannubi in 2016.
Fermentation takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks with automatic pump-over systems for a period of 25-30 days. The wine is refined for at least three years in large-capacity (5,000 liters) Slavonian oak barrels.
The taste is dry, moderately tannic, full-bodied and robust.