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Wine making

the destemmed grapes are gently pressed, after fermentation follows a period of aging in steel tanks, always in contact with the fermentation lees which are always kept in suspension


100% Barbera 

Organoleptic characteristics

The glass turns purple with great intensity and consistency. A wine that spurts from the desire to get out of the glass to take you and inebriate you with aromas of berries, violets, sweet spices and a memory of hay in the sun.
In the mouth, Barbera makes itself felt, does not hide its character: beautiful fresh note but balanced by a good softness given by the perfect exposure on the hill of the Moasca castle

Traditional combinations

Typical Piedmontese appetizers, veal with tuna sauce, raw meat, tajarin with sausage and roasted meat sauce.

Vegetarian / vegan pairing

Legume soup, fresh or medium-aged cheeses

Occasional pairing

Barbera calls the table and everyday life but don't underestimate it too much, it will make you look good even in the most important dinners.

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