The production period, lasting at least five years, begins with a year in which the Barolo is aged alone. It is then blended with the infusion of natural aromatics and remains in oak casks for at least four years. The result unites the complexity and power of fine Barolo with an extraordinary concert of cinnamon, clove, ginger and subtle quinine notes in a soothing elixir of superb quality. Customarily served room temperature at the end of a meal, it is also an excellent dessert wine to accompany desserts based on chocolate. When served as an aperitif, it is delicious slightly chilled.