The exceptional Loreto cru of Barbaresco is the source for this most profound wine of the De Forville estate. As with the Barbaresco “Normale”, the juice is fermented in stainless steel and then racked into large oak “botti” for about two years of aging before being bottled. Vines are approximately 40 years of age. More full-bodied and dense than the “Normale”, the “Loreto” also has additional aging capacity. We import approximately 4,200 bottles per annum for the US market.
About De Forville
The DeForville family emigrated to Piedmont from Belgium in 1848 and established themselves in the village of Barbaresco in 1860.Learn more
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