Almost 2.4 hectares of 20 years old vines nestled on Montelupo hills at 400 meters of height. The results is reflected in a wine of tradition that express with great class the main features of one of the most important Piedmontese varietals. The wine spends 15-18 days in temperature-controlled tanks with 12 months in big barrels.
Tasting notes :
Ruby red, juicy, fruity, notes of dried mushrooms. Very approachable in its youth.
James Suckling Review Rated 93
There’s minerality on the nose of this Barbera, but also some smoky complexity, not to mention brambleberries and blackcurrants. A structured palate with firm tannins, refreshing acidity, and a succulent, chewy finish. Drink now.