Made from Nebbiolo grapes grown near Barbaresco, Neive and Treiso: ancient little villages in the Langhe, in the province of Cuneo. Nebbiolo grapes are particularly sensitive to the local climate, producing a wine that is very different from a wine that might be made from the same grape planted elsewhere. Barbaresco must be aged for at least 26 months, including 9 months in wood.
Red, tending toward garnet with ageing.
Ethereal, pleasantly intense, containing hints of fruit, spices and leather.
Robust, austere, but velvety and harmonious, with pleasing tannins.
Perfect with prestigious dishes such as roast meats, wild gameand aged cheeses.
18-20° C – Uncork an hour before serving.