Barbera, a wine that is widespread in the Langhe, is characterized by a genuine freshness.
Its color is ruby red and it has a floral aroma and a full, fruity taste that goes well with all dishes, particularly dishes that are not too savory.
Color: intense and lively ruby red garnet with violet reflections.
Flavor: full-bodied and harmonious with intense and floral finale.
Aroma: ample with floral notes of rose and berry fruit.
Food pairing: antipasti, main courses that are not too light, white meat, medium-aged cheeses.
Product name: Barbera d’Alba DOC
Grape variety: Barbera
Denomination: Barbera d’Alba
Country/Region: Italy, Piedmont
Alcohol content: 14.50 %
Residual Sugar: <2 g/l
Number of bottles produced: 5,500
Method: traditional without the use of selected yeasts
Temperature: circa 28 °C
Duration: 7 days
Malolactic fermentation: carried out in steel
Minimum length of time in the bottle: 2 months
% Grapes/Vineyard: Barbera 100%
Exposure: South / South-West
Agricultural method: biological
Planting year: 1964 – 2000
Type of harvest: by hand in baskets
Geolocation: medium hills
Height above sea level: 400 m
Dry extract [g/l]: 27.3
Total acidity [g/l in tartaric acid]: 5.79
Volatile acidity [g/l in acetic acid]: 0.59
Weight of empty bottle: 500 g
Aging potential: 6-8 years
Cork size: 26 x 44
Cork material: cork
Type of bottle: Bordeaux