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- Product number: 23010
Made with Ruché grapes sourced from vineyards with different characteristics, Clasic stands out for its elegance and traditional style that ties it to this winemaking area. His high quality is ensured through careful management of the vines and low yields per hectare. The wine’s elegance and complexity is apparent through its luminous ruby colour and fascinating olfactory experience. Deep, intense aromas of rose petals intertwine with flavors of cherry jam and forest fruits, followed by spicy notes of pepper to finish. The wine shows vibrant acidity blending perfectly with gentle tones of oak, making it an ideal accompaniment to traditional Piedmontese first courses.
Variety: Ruchè 100%
ProductionArea: Castagnole Monferrato, Asti
Vine training: single Guyot
Age of the vineyards: 8-12 years
Alcoholic fermentation: 10-15 days at controlled temperatures in rotofermenters
Aging: 6 months in large oak barrels
Refinement: 3 months in the bottle
Alcohol content: 15%
Food pairing: truffles, wild game, medium-aged cheeses, red meat
Serving temperature: 18-20° C
|Alcohol:||15%, over 12% - strong wine|
The philosophy that has always accompanied my work is to be able to combine respect for nature, tradition and technology in order to always obtain the best possible result, investing time (and not only) in the search for the best"
The history of the Ferraris Agricola winery began when great-grandfather Luigi emigrated to America and found gold during the "Golden rush" in California. Thanks to his income, great-grandmother Teresa, who had remained in Italy, had the opportunity to make his dreams come true. In 1921 she bought the house, in Castagnole Monferrato, in Via al Castello, home of the first Ferraris winery. Two years later, grandfather Martino bought the "Casot", a rural farmhouse in the middle of a 40,000 square meter plot where today one of the most representative vineyards of the company stands. However, the production of wine remained a passion and never a job. Thus, for decades, the grapes were given to the town's Social Cooperative.