Barbera d’Alba D.O.C. wine from 1950’s vineyards
Barbera: a popular wine, a wine of Piedmontese excellence
The Barbera d’Alba is ruby red in colour, the taste is soft and soft, the scents are full and intense but delicate, ranging in more fragrances and aromas. A total immersion in the Piedmontese tradition, perfect to accompany first and meat dishes.
Title: Barbera d’Alba D.o.c.
Production area: Half hill 350 msl, Vergne Narzole hamlet; south-east – south-west exposure.
Planting: vineyards planted in 1950, 1988 and 2000.
Soil: clayey and calcareous (tuff).
Cultivation system: Guyot.
Harvest time: end of September – beginning of October.
Type of vinification: traditional fermentation
Ageing: 6/12 months in steel tanks.
Aging: 6/12 months in bottle: excellent young, excellent over time.
Colour: ruby red.
Nose: ripe black cherry, violet, wild berries and spices.
Taste: soft and soft, of excellent consistency, body and low acidity.
Food pairing: risottos and tagliatelle, game and red meat, mature cheeses, Piedmontese gastronomy.
Service: served at 18 degrees after being uncorked if possible for about 2 hours and aired in a carafe/decanter.