Bricco San Pietro

Together with the Bussia, Bricco San Pietro is the other “giant” of the western side of Monforte d’Alba.

It extends from the cool and steep side overlooking the Corsini, from the warm and humid side overlooking Settevie and Manzoni, up to the width of Tantesi and the gentle hills of Pansoglio, Cucchi and Viglioni.

Bricco San Pietro is the area of ​​Monforte d’Alba that has undoubtedly seen the greatest ferment in terms of plants and new cellars.

The proposal of labels has gradually become more articulated allowing to better understand the value and character of this once almost unexplored area.

The Barolo from this area is generally deep, tarry, quite different from the more agile style of Barolo by Manzoni, the Cucchi and the Viglioni.

MGA: Bricco San Pietro

Municipality: Monforte d’Alba

MGA Total Area: 380,09 ha

Vineyard Area: 0,8 ha

Soil: Sandy Sant’Agata marls (Tortoniano), young and deep soils with good water availability, made up of calcareous-sandy marls

Altitude: 250-520 mslm

Esposure: Between south and south-west, passing through the south, in the best exposed vineyards; between west and north-west and between east and north-east for the remainder