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VINEYARDS

The total surface area of Oddero vineyard property is about 35 hectares, of which 16.5 are cultivated with Nebbiolo for making Barolo and Barbaresco. The family property also includes about 6 hectares of hazelnut trees, the prized Nocciola Piemonte IGP of the Langhe. The new Production Regulations (Disciplinari di Produzione) for Barolo and
Barbaresco officially include the codifications for “Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive.” These are geographical areas that are particularly prized for Nebbiolo cultivation. Several of the Oddero winery’s historical vineyard properties enter into this designation, and the names have been used since the 1980s on the labels of our Barolo and Barbaresco wines.

ZONE OF BAROLO

The soil of the Barolo wine producing territory is of marine-alluvial sedimentary origin. It was formed gradually as the ocean waters that once covered the land during the Tertiary period, or Middle-Lower Miocene epoch, receded 7 to 10 million years ago. The land today consists of clayey-limestone marl and sand in varying proportions.

Bussia

Vineyard Mondoca - Monforte d'Alba

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Rocche di Castiglione

Castiglione falleto

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Villero

Castiglione Falletto

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vignarionda

Serralunga d’Alba

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Brunate

La Morra

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Capalot

La Morra

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Roggeri

La Morra

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Fiasco

Castiglione Falletto

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Zone of Barbaresco

The soils from this geographic area, located east from the city of Alba, have more sand in addition to the Sant’Agata marl. The climate is slightly warmer than much of the Barolo zone; and the harvest of Nebbiolo for Barbaresco precedes that of Nebbiolo for Barolo by one week to 10 days. Precipitation is also slightly higher in this area.

Zone of Moscato d'Asti

Cascina Fiori

Trezzo Tinella

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Monferrato

Vinchio d'Asti

Vinchio d'Asti

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