Ghemme Olegium – 2005

  • Colour and Bouquet :ruby red with garnet hues, the nose is intense, complex, refined, with hints of red fruits, licorice, vanilla and tobacco, the palate is decided, dry, fruity and balanced with a finish of red berries and black cherry.

    Vine: Nebbiolo Spanna 95% Uva Rara 5%.

    Vineyard: 4.700 sqm. Plants with an averange of 40 years. Density of 3.000 plants/hectare. Exposure South/west, altitude 300 metres above sea level. Sandy melted ground.

    Pruning: Guyot

    Yield : for the 2005 harvest the yield per hectare has been of 6,5 tons and the yield grape-wine of 65%.

    Wine-making: fermentation in steel tanks at constant temperature of 26°, with a maceration of  twelve days and malolactic fermentation in steel.

    Aging: thirthy-six months in casks of 20 hl, seven months in steel and at least nine months in bottle.

    Date of bottling : may 25th 2009.


    Actual alcoholic strength of 12.60% v.

    Total acidity of 6,70 g/l.

    Total sulphur dioxide content of 54 mg/l.

    Production: n° 1,980 bottles 750 ml.

    Serving temperature: 18°

    Potential aging: 10-15 years

    Wines produced in our cellar are not filtered therefore we recommend to decant as they may be resent natural dregs.

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