- Barolo DOCG
- 100% Nebbiolo
- Spontaneous fermentation from indigenous yeasts
- Maceration and alcoholic fermentation in open steel tanks
- Malolactic fermentation and ageing in French oak tonneaux of 500 liters
- The 2007 Cannubi Boschis "sibi et paucis" was aged a further 6 years after the original release date of September 2011 in the perfect conditions of Luciano's personal winery cellar.
- From the first vintage of 1985 Cannubi Boschis, from 2013 and beyond ALESTE
- Vineyard in the village of Barolo: Cannubi Boschis
- Alcohol: 14,5%
- Recommended drinking time:
2011 - 2025
CANNUBI BOSCHIS Barolo 2007
It is a Barolo of tremendous balance from start to finish.
One senses in the nose that the grapes ripened early and fully, resulting in an explosion of power in the concentrated fruit and spice of the nose.
The intense creamy fruit anticipates the rich and balanced mouthfeel.
The dense texture of the very sweet tannins is in perfect balance with the firmness of the fruit and acid.
The wine finishes with length and persistence and has great potential for long aging.
Ratings for the vintage 2007
Vinous 97 points
Wine Advocate 98 points
IWC 95 points
James Suckling 97 points
Wine Spectator 94 points
Falstaff 95 Punkte
Gambero Rosso 3 bicchieri
I Vini di Veronelli 3 stelle
Stephen Tanzer 95 points
Wine Enthusiast 96 points
Wine&Spirits 92 points
Evolution of the vintage 2007
The year 2007 began with an unusually mild and dry winter, which led to an extremely early bud-break about 20 days sooner than normal.
Summer was in the normal range, with temperatures never above average.
Even and well-distributed rainfall of average quantity during the growing season contributed to the development of the vines.
During the month of July, a cooler period slowed the advance of phenological ripening.
Despite this, by mid-September the grapes were already close to maturity.
In summary, it was a normal growing season, just 15-20 days advanced compared to the norm.
Harvest from the 24th September to the 7th October.