Barbera d'Alba "LA" DOC

Barbera d'Alba "LA" DOC

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Intense ruby red in colour, the Barbera has a full bouquet that opens with oxygenation to hints... more
Product information "Barbera d'Alba "LA" DOC"

Intense ruby red in colour, the Barbera has a full bouquet that opens with oxygenation to hints of plum and violet with a pinch of resins and spices. It has a full, warm and persistent flavour.
It is recommended to drink it between the second and the sixth year after bottling, at a temperature of 17 ° -18 ° C.

The vinification takes place by soft pressing of the grapes, maceration with the skins for 8/10 days at a maximum temperature of 28°C and immersion of the reassembled pomace.
During the spring the wine is racked into wooden or steel barrels where it stays for 10 months before bottling.
The bottled wine rests for 3-4 months before packaging and shipping.

"Barbera d'Alba "LA" DOC"
Region: Piemonte
Certification: DOC
Contains sulfites: Yes
Grape: Barbera
Manufacturer: Virna Borgogno
Production area: Langhe
Colour: Red
Quantity: 0,75 ltr

Virna Borgogno

The village of Barolo is located in the heart of the Langhe, the most prestigious wine-making area in Italy’s Piedmont region.
The Borgogno family lives and works right here in Barolo, managing their own “Virna” state.

First woman in Italy whit a degree in enology.

A descendant of one of the most famous Langhe families, Virna Borgogno is the first woman in Italy to complete a degree in oenology and oenological techniques. In 1988, she joined her father Lodovico in managing the cellar.
The Borgogno vineyards date from 1720, while the modern estate was founded in 1950 by Enrico Borgogno. Nowadays, Virna and her sister Ivana have taken the reins of the estate wholly in hand, with Ivana looking after the administrative and marketing side of the business. In 2001, the estate was rebranded with the new “Virna” logo to reflect the major role played by women in the business.