The grapes for this wine are grown in three different vineyards: Fossati, which faces south-east and was planted between 1969-2004, Coste di Vergne, which faces south-west, planted in 1995, and the 180º east-west vineyard of La Volta, planted between 1998-2000. The vineyards are located at 380-480 metres above sea level and are all in the township of Barolo.
This wine has complex, perfumed aromas of red fruits with hints of rose petals and black figs. Full bodied, `Le Albe` brims with vital fruit flavours, having an attractive lightness of step supported by ripe tannins. This is a silky, elegant, refreshing Barolo style (for drinking 2021-2024+).