Barolo DOCG Sarmassa L.1,5
Sarmassa is facing south-east, on a hillside with a good slope. Here, despite the fact that the surrounding area is geologically from the Tortonian period, the soil, also due to the slope of the soil that caused abundant runoff, has characteristics typical of soils of the Helvetian period: mainly calcareous-clayey very compact and a percentage of skeleton (stones) really remarkable. The high presence of stones, associated with clay, limits the vegetation of the Nebbiolo vine and predisposes the vines to promptly feel the climatic variations, favouring the perfect ripening of the bunches. Mapped to sheet 9 of the commune of Barolo, parcels 104, 149, 157, 303.