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Elio Altare – Azienda Agricola
Na spolupráci s tímto vinařstvím je naše společnost patřičně hrdá. Elio Altare patří k absolutní špičce nejen v oblasti Piemonte, ale celé Itálie. Biodynamické vinařství produkuje z pouhých 10 hektarů vinic vysoce kvalitní vína, u kterých poptávka mnohonásobně převyšuje nabídku. Jedná se o velice prestižní záležitost. Tato skvostně elegantní si zaslouží konzumaci při těch nejvýznamnějších příležitostech.

Produkty Elio Altare:

Barolo Arborina docg, La Morra, Nebbiolo
Barolo Brunate docg, La Morra, Nebbiolo, produkce 1.200 lahví, stáří vinice 20-60 let
Barolo Cerretta Vigna Bricco docg, Serralunga, Nebbiolo
Barolo docg, La Morra, Castilgione Falletto, Nebbiolo
Nebbiolo Langhe, La Morra, Nebbiolo
Dolcetto d’Alba doc, La Morra a Dogliani, Dolcetto
Barbera d’Alba doc, La Morra, Barbera
Langhe rosso Arborina doc, La Morra, Nebbiolo
Langhe rosso Larigi doc, La Morra, Barbera
Langhe rosso La villa doc, La Morra, Barbera 60% e Nebbiolo 40%
Vino rosso L’Insieme, La Morra, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%, Barbera 20%, Nebbiolo 20%, Dolcetto 10%, Syrah 5%, Petit Verdot 5%

Producer profile: Elio Altare

Visits to Burgundy had taught him the importance of moderate yields, but when in 1978 he began removing bunches his father was furious. It was understandable – after World War II, grapes were nutrition, and cutting off bunches before harvest was tantamount to throwing food in the bin. Elio also stopped using chemical fertilisers and pesticides.

Then in 1983 he chucked out the traditional casks and replaced them with barriques. When his father died in 1985, Elio was cut out of his will and had to start up on his own.

As well as French oak, he acquired roto-fermenters, which give a shorter maceration but a more efficient extraction without the bitter tannins from seeds that often bedevilled traditional Barolo in those days.

This is not the place to discuss the technicalities, but no one has accused Altare of making wines that lack perfume, fruit and ageing potential. One clear advantage of this method – and others such as Clerico adopted it too – is that the wines were accessible younger.

‘Traditionalists are content to have tannic wines that need a lot of bottle age,’ he told me.

‘But I distrust wines that are very tannic when young yet, we’re assured, will come round after cellaring. Sometimes they never do. But over time the results can be very similar. Wine is an interpretation of variety and soil. It’s like fillet steak. You can cook it rare or well done, but it’s still fillet steak.’

Slight, good-humoured and self-effacing, Elio Altare has become a patriarchal figure to generations of Barolo producers.

He has stuck to his guns, never ceases to experiment, and the wines continue to be beautiful.

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