Grape Variety. Barbera

Alc. Vol. 14 %

Piedmont, Monferrato. Hilly area between Asti and Alessandria, that extends to the Ligurian Apennines. Soils are calcareous clay, mixed with tufaceous and siliceous rocks.

Winemaking and tasting notes.
The wine is aged for about 18 months, 6 of which in wood.
Intense ruby red color with violet reflections, tending to garnet with aging. The nose is characterized by elegant balsamic hints of thyme and sage, leaving a finish of vanilla, licorice and a note of cocoa.
The palate is surprising, intense and round, with a very persistent finish.
It goes perfectly with traditional Piedmontese dishes, in particular stuffed pasta, meat-based second courses, stewed or braised meat, or aged cheeses. Serve at 18-20°C.

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