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G.B. Burlotto, after whom the estate derives its name, was something of a superstar in his day, but after his death in the 1920s, the name faded somewhat. Today, Burlotto has once again risen to stardom thanks to the brilliant and highly traditional approach of his great-great-grandson, Fabio Alessandria. Fabio's approach, whilst making use of some modern innovations, is very traditional. At the heart of his technique is a gentle crushing of all the grapes by foot, long macerations of up to 60 days, and long ageing in large wood botte, rather than the smaller barrels which are more fashionable today. This approach is pretty unique today. All of his wines display astonishing purity. The estate is comprised of 30 acres, 24 most of which are in the commune of Verduno.

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