This Barbera grape matures well on these hot and sun-drenched hills and transforms into a wine which improves with age, owing this to its fresh and lively acidity. This is why a pure Barbera is produced only when the quality and the quantity of the harvest allows it.
Tasting Notes: Subtle ethereal nuances, balsamic notes and undergrowth, to immediately leave room for carts of fruit, cherries and blackberries, hints of rose and violets, followed by a slight sensation of tobacco in closing. On the palate it is expressed with a marked freshness, balanced, with well-integrated alcohol and tannins. Persistent finish and traced by spicy and fruity returns.
Food Pairing Suggestion: Duck, Game, Salami & Prosciutto
Grape varieties: Barbera