The 11 hectares of vineyards, cultivated with native grapes, are located in different areas. In Serralunga we find San Bernardo, Ornato, Parafada, Serra and Gabutti: here, the top of the range, Barolo signed by Palladino, is produced from Nebbiolo grapes. These soils that have different characteristics depending on the exposure and type. Mainly composed of clay and limestone, typical of this part of Piedmont, they benefit from an optimal temperature range and microclimate for the ripening of the grapes. The heterogeneity that distinguishes the wines is truly wide. For example, the wines obtained from the Ornato vineyards have characteristics of marked minerality, great structure and volume. The line proposed by Palladino reflects the great Piedmontese tradition, where the DOCG of Barolo production stands out, alongside other equally fine wines such as Barbera and Nebbiolo d’Alba, all typical varieties of this land. The style of Palladino wines draws inspiration from tradition, with Barolo vinification exclusively in large barrels, long fermentation at controlled temperatures and malolactic fermentation in concrete tanks. These choices, carried out with a great spirit of self-denial over the years, have made it possible to produce wines of great identity and unmistakable territorial character, allowing Barolo to be known and appreciated internationally.
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