This is the “cradle” where the wine is cared for with gentleness. After the harvest, it is here that the work of growth and maturation continues. The winery is divided into the fermentation area, where the “nectar of the gods” is vinified, and the ageing area, in which the wine rests in Slavonian and French oak casks (from 25 to 45 hl capacity) to exalt its characteristics. The constant temperature control throughout the life of the wine allows Barolo to retain the greatness for which it so well known and the younger wines their freshness and unmistakable aroma. The bottle is stocked in the warehouse, the final symbol of a wine now ready to be tasted and enjoyed.