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Appellation DOCG Barolo
Cru Galina
Wine region La Morra, Barolo, Piedmont (Italy)
Vineyard name Galina (La Morra)
Elevation 900 – 1000 ft (280 e 300  mt)
Exposure South
Year vineyard planted: 1956
Soil composition Clayey limestone with traces of fine sand. Marl in depth.
First vintage of this wine:
Vine training system Guyot
Vineyard size 1,98 acre ( 0,8 ha)
Vines/acre: 2500 vines / acre (6.000 vines/ha)
Yield/acre: 2.2 tons/acre (80 ql/ha)
Harvest Time From September 25th till October 15th
Vineyard practices
Certifications Certified Integrated Crop Management (SQNPI)

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Varietal composition Nebbiolo 100 %
Type of yeasts Indigenous yeast
Fermentation container Stainless Steel Tanks
Length of alcoholic fermentation 3 weeks (maceration and fermentation are coincident)
Fermentation temperature 79 Fahrenheit (26 Celsius)
Malolactic fermentation 100% spontaneous
Type of aging container Barrique and 700 liter casks
Length of aging before bottling 12 months

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ALCOHOL 15,00 %
RESIDUAL SUGAR 0.00 gr / lt
ACIDITY 6,7 g / lt
DRY EXTRACT 28 gr / lt
SO2 (Total) 60 mg / lt