The Oddero winery is an important part of the Barolo history. Mostly of the current success of this company is the result of the work of Giacomo Oddero, but today the winery is under the lead of his daughter, Mariacristina along with his grandchildren Isabella and Pietro. The Oddero vineyards are spread among the most prestigious cru located in the Barolo area, such as Rocche di Castiglione, Bussia, Villero and Brunate. The vineyards extend for 35 hectares, which is about half of the cultivated territories dedicated to the Nebbiolo, Barolo and Barbaresco production.
Soft pressure method, fermentation and maceration for 25 days.
It is carried out into durmast barrels (40hl) and it lasts 30 months. The bottling is carried out at the end of the summer. Aging: 1 year before the selling.
Intense ruby red; elegant, fine and fruity scent with notes of violets, cherries, raspberries, liquorice, tobacco and pomegranate; the taste is balanced, with tannic flavour and a long-lasting persistence.
Stewed or braised meats, game and cheese.
18 °C – 20° C (64° F – 68° F)
The Barolo is a red wine, recognised with the Appellation Denomination Origin (AOC or DOC in Italian) produced in some municipalities of Piedmont. The original area of the grape types suitable for the Barolo DOC, recognised on 31st August 1933, includes the territories of the following municipalities: Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga D’Alba and part of La Morra, Monforte D’Alba, Roddi, Verduno, Cherasco, Diano d’Alba, Novello and Grinzane Cavour, all located in the Cuneo province.