First vintage: 1995
Aspect and height above sea level: south-facing, 300-350 metres
Soil type: moderately loose-packed, slightly clayey, limestone-based
Vine training system and planting density: Guyot-trained at 4,500 vines per hectare
Average age of productive vines: about 30 years
Harvest period and method: second 10 days of October manual harvest
The vinification procedure for Barolo Rüncot includes alcoholic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks, with daily pumping over. After completing first alcoholic, then malolactic fermentation, the wine mature in barriques of French oak. Bottling normally in August, the Barolo Rüncot then stays in the binning cellar for 18-24 months before release.