Cavallotto is one of Barolo's most fabled estates, farming Nebbiolo since 1929 and bottling their own wine since 1948. They own one of Barolo’s few monopoles, Bricco Boschis. Bricco Boschis is an incredible vineyard that’s a steep amphitheater with some rolling contours and spines intermixed, perfectly orientated, and is renowned as one of the best sites in all of Barolo. Today, brothers Alfio and Giuseppe Cavallotto are the fifth generation to farm the estate and make the wines. Cavallotto is a classical estate that ferments the wine on the skins for 30+ days and ages them slowly, 48 to 60 months in large Slavonian oak cask. They are some of the latest released wines of each vintage and among the longest lived.