Barbera d'Alba 2016 - Az. Agr. Bussia Soprana

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The Barbera d'Alba of the Az. Agr. Bussia Soprana comes from grapes harvested in the Bussia Soprana and Mosconi vineyards. The soils are mixed tuff and sand for Bussia, tuff and chalk for Mosconi.

Wine description

The Barbera d'Alba of the Az. Agr. Bussia Soprana comes from grapes harvested in the Bussia Soprana and Mosconi vineyards. The soils are mixed tuff and sand for Bussia, tuff and chalk for Mosconi. The vineyards are between 20 and 50 years old with Guyot training system for 4500 plants / ha.

Tasting notes

Intense ruby red color by the glass. The olfactory scents perceived by the nose are broad and vinous, fruity and characterized by references to small red berried fruits, such as cherries and wild strawberries. The palate is fresh and crisp, with good body and good length.

Aging capacity

Wine with good evolutionary capabilities.

Small tips

Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° C - 18 ° C. Excellent if accompanied with meat and vegetable appetizers, but also with meat-based first courses, better if slightly spicy.

Data sheet

Winery
Az. Agr. Bussia Soprana
Denomination
DOC Barbera d'Alba
Variety
100% Barbera
Nation
Italy
Production area
Monforte d'Alba (CN)
Region
Piedmont
Year
2016
Gradation
14 % vol.
Bottle
75 cl
In Vineyard
Limited use of any substance - Natural Wine
Vinification
In steel tanks at temperatures between 28 ° C - 32 ° C. Maceration: 10-12 days
Yeast
Selected
Aging
6 months in steel
Match with
Red meat, braised meat, game, fermented cheeses, meditation and fireplace wine
Typology
Red
Serving Temperature
Temperature 16°-18 °C.
Annual Bottles Produced
About 4000
Ideal consumption
Da 2021 a 2028
Our judgment
90/100
Allergens
Sulphites

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