Margherita Otto

With a curriculum that includes many years of experience with Bartolo Mascarello, Luciano Sandrone and Cavallotto, Alan Manley, American of origin and Piedmontese by adoption, embarks on this personal adventure that bears the name of his grandparents, Otto and Margherita. His method fully reflects the philosophy of Bartolo Mascarello, starting from the assembly of grapes from + vineyards, planted in different areas of the Barolo appellation (Castiglione Falletto, Monforte and Serralunga), which ferment together in contact with the skins for about 45 days. The aging then takes place in strictly “Mittelberg” artisan barrels (French oak worked in South Tyrol) for at least 3 years.
Margherita Otto is a wine of rare elegance, as few traditionalist Barolos can do; definitely a niche product, which will make a lot of talk about itself in the coming years.