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Barolo, La Morra

Total Acreage:

8.5 ha


Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo

Average Production:

Roberto Voerzio

When you think of Barolo wines, there are the usual few super star status wineries that come to mind, but you’ve got to add Roberto Voerzio to that list.

Roberto’s winery was founded in 1986 in La Morra, a village in the heart of the Langhe, always known for its vineyards, some of which were mentioned in the municipalities books since 1350. To some, he’s known as a legendary winemaker as well. 

The estate’s plantings are dense, yet yields are kept extremely low because Roberto believes in only using grapes of the highest quality in his wines and discarding those that fall short of the estate’s standards. 

His ultimate goal is to produces wines that have the purest expression of Nebbiolo possible.

Barolo total 8 crus: La Serra, Fossati, Cerequio, Rocche Dell’Annunziata, Brunate, Case Nere, Torriglione, Sarmassa, production 0,500 kg per plant.


La Serra: 380 meters above sea level, soil rich in stones with layers of marine sand, shells and fossils, a very draining and dry soil.  This barolo is very rich in tannins but always silky, very aromatic scents of wild berries and flowers in warm years

Fossati: bordering La Serra, 350 meters above sea level, the soil is light clay, a land rich in small stones that provide the roots to reach a depth of 10 meters. Particularly rich in color, very present tannins, enveloping with complex aromas of citrus  and exotic red fruit.

Brunate: 350 meters above sea level, south / south-east exposure, clay soil with very deep white marls. Full-bodied, intense wine with velvety tannins, aroma of dark fruit with spicy notes, tobacco, goudron.

Case Nere: 320 meters above sea level, one of the smallest gran cru (total 7 hectares shared among different producers) set between Cerequio, Fossati and La Serra. Mixed calcareous soil with bluish marls. Very elegant, round, ethereal wine with complex aromas of small red fruits such as currants and wild strawberries and in sunny years of apricots and tea leaves.

Cerequio: 300 meters above sea level, white clay soil on the surface with a strong presence of deep bluish marls. Extremely round wine, rich in very powerful and harmonious tannins with predominant aromas of ripe red fruit such as cherry, marasca, mint, sage.

Rocche dell'Annunziata: 300 meters above sea level, full south exposure, very loose, clayey soil with a deep sandy vein. Very elegant wine with enveloping tannins, delicate, extremely persistent. Floral bouquet with hints of violet, licorice, quince and citrus fruits.

Torriglione: 300 meters above sea level, a small cru of about 5 hectares formerly annexed to Rocche dell'Annunziata, facing south-east / south / south-west. Separated clay soil with gray marls in depth, part of the vineyard planted between 1930 and 1940. Very aristocratic wine, austere with very present tannins, harmonious and balanced. Very complex bouquet of wild red berries, figs, apricot and exotic fruits.

Available wines:

Roberto Voerzio Barolo “La Serra”

Roberto Voerzio Barolo “Fossati”

Roberto Voerzio Barolo “Cerequio”

Roberto Voerzio Barolo “Rochhe dell’Annunziata”

Roberto Voerzio Barolo “Brunate”

Roberto Voerzio Barolo del Commune di la Morra


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