I just heard about this producer and I am intrigued (because of the vineyard) but due to my age, I'm no longer buying Serralunga barolo after 2010 vintage. But if I was, I would be looking at this producer. No idea if they are in the US yet.
Small producer from Monforte d'Alba.
The family has 5.5 hectares including 4 hectares of Nebbiolo.
The 4 ha are all on Briccolina field, which is 15 hectares hill Serralunga. The family sold the grapes to Pio Cesare in 50 years, but the young son of the house has persuaded her father to that they now have to do some wine at this fine mark.
Year 2012 is the first vintage from La Briccolina. The wine, Barolo DOCG 2012 from the 0.5 hectares of the field, which is the oldest and highest situated. The vines are 50 years old. First year production is 3,000 bottles.
The production is organic without certification.
Traditional production. 2 years on large platters.