Roberto Voerzio is one of the most acclaimed wine producers in Piedmont. His Barolo wines are highly prized at auction, and are known for being ripe, rich, and less tannic and oaky than many other examples of the famous appellation.
The estate owns or manages 8.5 hectares (21 acres) of vineyards around La Morra, with high planting densities producing tiny yields. There are six different parcels of in a range of Barolo crus: Brunate, Cerequio, Capalot, La Serra, Pozzo dell’Anunziata and Sarmassa di Barolo, which are all sources for individual cuvées. In addition, 2013 saw the release of the first vintage – the 2003 – of the Fossati Case Nere 10 Anni Riserva. The portfolio is completed by two leading Barbera d’Alba wines including the benchmark Vignasse, a Dolcetto d’Alba, Langhe Merlot, and a Langhe Nebbiolo.