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The estate follows the principles of an â€œintegrated agricultureâ€ in the vineyards. Fertilization: soil fertility is maintained mainly with organic fertilizers. Only in the case of obvious mineral deficiencies is a careful mineral fertilization carried out. Soil management: the soil is tilled between one vine and another in each row in order to control weeds, improve the soil structure, improve drainage and make the root system grow deeper. Spontaneous cover crops (grass) are left between the rows of vines and mowed in order to prevent soil erosion, provide input of organic matter and natural Nitrogen. Plant protection: the estate takes part in the 2078/92 EU regulation. This regulation aims to encourage low-environmental-impact methods and to improve the preservation of natural resources in rural areas through agricultural and environmental measures that vary greatly according to each area. Visit the Paolo Scavino website.
Paolo Scavino Barolo 2013
This Barolo represents the history and tradition of blending different crus of Nebbiolo in order to create a house style. The same care and quality work are employed on this wine as for all of the cru Barolo. Sourced from the top performing plots of 7 single vineyards in the ... more
Paolo Scavino Barolo Cannubi 2013
Cannubi is probably the most historical vineyard of the all Barolo region, in Barolo village. We vinify this cru from 1985 and this is one of the two oldest vineyards of ours planted in 1946 on the central crest of Cannubi hill. Low yield of this vineyard is due to ... more
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