Vineyard: From our most ancient vineyards located near Vergne, the Barbera grows up on hills with 770-990 ft a.s.l. of altitude and exposure from South to South-West
Training System: Traditional with Guyot pruning
Ageing: After the fermentation, this wine spends about 2 months in steel and cement tanks, before being bottled. It follows a refinement of some months in bottle
Organoleptic Features: The colour is a vivid ruby red, with a persistent bouquet of red berries. The taste shows up a moderate acidity and with a balanced and persistent tannin
Pairings: Ideal with roasted pork, salami but also vegetables and crudities
This typical vine from Langhe and Roero hills generates a simple but hightly versatile and satisfying wine. With a vivid ruby red color, a persistent bouquet with prevalence of red berries, in the taste it shows up a moderate acidity and balanced tannin, with a good persistence in the mouth.