Noble and full of character, Barolo represents the excellence of Italy’s winemaking heritage throughout the world.
Legend has it that, in 1840, the Marquise of Barolo Giulia Falletti presented the Savoy court with a gift of 325 barrels of wine. From then on, Barolo was enjoyed on royal tables every day of the year.
A wine with a great structure, aged for at least three years, including eighteen months in oak barrels, Barolo possesses expansive and complex aromas.
Barolo reveals itself gradually during tasting, unveiling its aromas layer by layer.
An emblem of nobility and excellence, the wine of kings and king of wines, Barolo D.O.C.G. Le Clivie is an evolving experience, in which every second is of infinite value.