Total production for the 2009 vintage was 3,593 standard bottles, 100 magnums, 5 double magnums.
Grapes variety: 100% Nebbiolo, Michet Subvariety
Vineyard: Located within the village of Castiglione Falletto, the Villero vineyard faces South/South-west and covers an area of a little less than one hectare.
The vines are 41 years of age on average and are planted at a density of 4,000 per hectare.
The 2009 vintage was harvested on September 25th, and yielded around 35 hectoliters of wine per hectare.
Soil: Moderately clay and compact, with evident white and blue marlstone.
Winemaking: After alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks lasting 24 days at a temperature of between 28 and 32 degrees Celsius, the wine macerated on the skins for a total of 16 days. It was then transferred immediately into small barrels for malolactic fermentation and into bigger oak casks for further aging.