This type represents one of the most interesting evolutions of Barbera d’Alba. The historical Piedmont denomination, which finds a unique expression in the Roero region, has witnessed the rise of an appreciated subzone right in Castellinaldo. The characteristics of the vineyards and exposures have allowed the Barbera of Castellinaldo to exhibit a distinctive trait compared to any other production area.

Grape Variety: 100% Barbera
Vineyard Location: Castellinaldo d’Alba
Alcohol Content: 14% - 14,5%
Serving Temperature: 14-16°C
Harvest: late September
Vinificazione: after fermentation, it is aged for 12 months in Barrique
Color: intense ruby red
Bouquet: vinous with intense fruity aromas
Taste: warm and powerful, of great complexity, with a long and gratifying finish
Pairings: braised and roasted red meats, game, truffle fondue, soft cheese agnolotti