The Rose delle Casasse is likely the only Barbaresco made from Nebbiolo Rose. Some believe Nebbiolo Rose to be a clone of Nebbiolo though in Ian d'Agata's book, "The Grapes of Italy," he writes that it has been proven that Nebbiolo Rose is genetically different than Nebbiolo, though related. Part of the wine goes into 5-800 liter untoasted casks, part in botti of 2500 liters. Both stay in casks for four years. The wine is then blended and bottled and stays two years in the bottle before release.